Bryan Anger Celebrity Life
Bryan Anger is an NFL player who has been drafted by the Houston Texans in 2019. He was a rookie who broke some of NFL’s rookie records as a Strong-legged punter. Bryan has had a great run over the past 9 years, ever since his first NFL drafting by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2012.Rich Eisen invited Anger onto his show, where the well-known joke, "Punters are People Too!", the tee was presented to Anger.
Bryan Corey Anger was born to Jean and Michael Anger on the 6th of October, 1988 in Camarillo, which is in the state of California. He has a brother, Michael Junior, who he grew up with, even went on to play soccer at the college level.
He had a fairly decent childhood, with loving parents and a passion for football. He began playing football while he was in High school. Bryan went to Camarillo High School, in his Hometown, Camarillo, California.
Bryan Anger Playing Football in College
After high school, Anger decided to go to the California State University for college, where he played football. The Californian Football team was called the Golden Bears and Bryan Anger played exceptionally well during his time in college.
In fact, overall, in four years, Byran managed to play 255 punts in 11,093 net yards with an average of 43.5. After he completed his course, he finished with a degree, and the year after graduation, he got ready for the NFL draft.
Bryan Anger’s Professional Career
Anger’s time with the Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jacksonville Jaguars selected Bryan Anger in the third round of the NFL Draft. He was chosen from the 70th overall and another interesting fact is that the Jacksonville Jaguars haven’t drafted a new punter since 2007.
The day that Bryan was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars, they let the other punters, Spencer Lanning and Nick Harris go. He was a well-liked player, his teammates often called him Banger, because of how powerful his leg is when he punts.
After playing with the Jacksonville Jaguars for 4 years, in 2016, Bryan was signed on with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for one year. However, Bryan showed immense talent, when he won the starting punting after the Buccaneers let go of Jake Schum.
At the end of his one year contract, he was re-signed with them for a four-year contract which was worth $17 million. He was even up for an extension till 20121, but his performance in 2018 was below average, with 57 punts for 2,567 and in 2019, the
Bryan Anger with the Houston Texans
After being released by the Buccaneers, Bryan Anger was signed on by the Houston Texans for a month, and then released, but re-signed the next month and at the end of the year, in December 2019, Bryan was re-signed with the Houston Texans with a 3-year extension of his contract. So, currently, he plays for the Houston Texans.
Bryan Anger’s Awards
Bryan has won a number of awards during a career as a punter, here are some of his awards and accolades.
He won USA Today’s High School All American in 2006, while he was in Camarillo High School
He won the First Team All-Pac three times in a row, from 2009-2011, while he was playing in California State University with the Golden Bears.
Bryan Anger won the PFWA All-Rookie team in 2012.
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