Brent Celek Celebrity Life
Presently, Brent Steven Clerk is the personnel consultant of Philadelphia Eagles. He is also a former player of Philadelphia Eagles during the 11 seasons of his professional career. He played in the tight end position.
Early Life and Personal Information
Brent Celek joined La Salle High School located in Cincinnati, Ohio where he was born. His birth date is 25th January 1985. His height is 6 ft 4 inches with a bodyweight of 116 kg. His parents are Steve Celek and Debbie Celek.
In his high school career, he was selected for playing in junior as well as a senior division under the 1st team of all-district. He made the record by receiving a pass for 89 yards. He also lettered for playing shot put and discus.
Celek played football for the Cincinnati Bearcats in his college career. Rick Minter was the head coach for the 1st year and Mark Dantonio was the coach for the next three seasons.
He was the winner of the UC Claude Rost Award and was named for the second-team of All-Big East Conference. He acquired a total of 91 receptions for 1,135 yards including 14 touchdowns.
Professional Career Information
The Scouting Combine of 2007 NFL hadn’t invited Brent Celek and the Philadelphia Eagles selected him in the 5th round with 162nd pick under the 2007 NFL Draft. On 30th May 2007, he signed a four-year contract with them.
Celek made franchise records 131 yards in a game in 9 Week and 10 receptions in a playoff game under the championship game of the 2009 NFC. He played against Arizona Cardinals and acquired 2 touchdowns.
During the playoff game of the 2008-2009 NFL, he received 19 catches which were the third most regarding tight end position within the history of NFL.
In 2009 season, L. J. Smith joined the Baltimore Ravens and Celek placed for the starting tight end. He played the game at home against Dallas Cowboys and scored a touchdown in a week 9.
He celebrated excessively when his teammate Jason Avant mimicked the mascot for the Captain Morgan rum by lifting his leg. Celek was punished for this reason.
He was selected for the All-Joe team of 2009 USA Today for having 76 catches for a total of 971 yards including 8 touchdowns throughout the 2009 season.
In the Miracle at the New Meadowlands, Celek played against the New York Giants and made a touchdown for 65 yards in Week 15. He acquired 42 passes for 511 yards including 4 touchdowns within the 2010 season.
Celek completed the 2011 season with a total of 811 receiving yards. He was accused of a DUI car accident during the offseason. He made 57 receptions for 684 yards including one touchdown in the 2012 season.
The team was defeated by the New Orleans Saints in the opening round of 2013 season and Celek received 2 passes for 16 yards.
For this reason, he was Philadelphia Eagles #1 tight end. He made 27 receives for 398 yards including 3 touchdowns.
He extended the contract by signing a three-year contract with $13 million with guaranteed for $6 million. During the 2016 season, Celek made no touchdown and it was the first time in his career.
He completed the season with 14 catches for 155 yards by playing 16 games with 8 starts.
In the Super Bowl LII, the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots. Celek won his first championship ring even though he didn’t make any touchdown. But, during the second quarter, he made a key block which helped running back LeGarrette Blount to make a touchdown.
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