Brandon Brooks Celebrity Life
Brandon Brooks was born in the year 1989 in Wisconsin and attended the Riverside University High School. He had a passion for football right from his high-school days and played college football at Miami, Ohio where he established himself as a successful football player.
He secured the title of the RedHawks Freshman of the Year in 2008 (redshirt freshman) after starting all 12 games that year.
During his sophomore year in 2009, he was bestowed with the second-team All-MAC honors after starting 12 games.
But Brandon’s junior year did not start off on a good note as he missed the initial few games due to an injury.
From continuously being a left guard Brandon became a right guard during his senior year at college (2011) starting all 12 games.
Brandon was one of the best players for the Miami University fetching himself a place in the All-Mid-American Conference selection. He made some career-best touchdowns during this time.
It was in 2013 that he started playing as a full-time starter for the Houston Texans starting 15 contests in the series as a right guard.
Even in the year 2014, he started 15 games for the Texans accumulating one of the best yard numbers gaining the second-most rushing yards in a single season in the history of the Texans.
It was also one of the top 5 highest totals in the NFL during that specific season making it a memorable year for Brandon Brooks. Brandon started 14 games in the years 2015.
In 2016, Brooks signed a five-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles starting 14 games at right guard. He helped start the game against KC during the Wild Card play (2016) as well.
With the perfect playing tactics and abundant talent, Brandon Brooks got his first opportunity to the Pro Bowl in 2017.
This was after starting all 16 games at right guard and helping the Eagles win in the Super Bowl LII. He even secured 3rd rank in the NFL for his excellent statistical scores and records.
Though the Eagles got a wildcard spot defeating Chicago Bears they lost to New Orleans Saints and Brooks was down with an injury as well.
But 2019 was a good year for this man who started all 16 games and even brought about Kung fu fighting style during his field training games.
Such innovative tactics and consistent performance made the Eagles extend Brook’s contract by another four years in 2019 until 2024 but was placed in injured reserve at the start of 2020 due to shoulder dislocation.
Pro Bowl did not miss out on Brooks in 2019 as he was selected for the third year continuously. Brook has an overall rank of 138 playings in the guard (G) position and an overall score of 87.
Brooks started playing football at a tender age of 12 being a part of the Riverside Tigers and even quotes that his inspirations are due to his neighbor, Jarrod Johnson who was a football player himself.
On the personal front, Brooks was diagnosed with a stress-related anxiety disorder in 2016.
It is a well-known fact that Brooks was constantly subjected to episodes of vomiting on most match days and suffered from anxiety attacks during every game that he played and this was all because of the disorder.
But he had 100% support from his family, teammates, and friends who helped him tackle the disorder and continue performing well in his game. He regularly undergoes therapy sessions to keep him in good health.
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