Chris Hogan Celebrity Life
Born on October 24, 1987, Chris Hogan is an American football wide receiver. He was born and raised in Wyckoff, New Jersey, where he started playing football.
Hogan did his schooling from Ramapo High School and played both football and lacrosse for the school team.
As a junior, he became a first-team All-New Jersey performer for his excellent performance. When he entered the senior class, he continued his top-class performance and became an all-state first-teamer.
But due to ankle injury, he couldn’t play all the matches during his sophomore season.
Taking advantage of that, he enrolled in the Monmouth University for a year of a football play. There he played for the Hawks.
He finished his one year of college with an impressive three touchdown passes, 12 receptions for 147 yards and three touchdowns on offense.
Although he wasn't on the radar of many teams entering the 2011 draft, he made waves at the NFL Combine by running a 4.67-second 40-yard throw, weighing in 28 times at 225 pounds and generally blowing away the competition in speed drills.
Chris Hogan made it to the NFL as an inexperienced free agent with the New England Patriots as a wide receiver from Penn State.
Since then, he has won two Super Bowls with the New England Patriots' wide receivers and also holds the franchise record for most receiving yards in a game with 1,073.
His touchdown receptions have made him one of the most prolific receivers in NFL football history.
In his second season, Hogan finished fifth in receptions (52) and also contributed four receiving touchdowns - the most in an NFL starting wideout behind LaFell.
Chris Hogan has earned the nickname "7-11" because he is always open, but he is also one of the most underrated players in football.
He won the slot receiver job in 2014 and was a steady contributor for Buffalo until he was snapped up by the Patriots as an unrestricted free agent in the offseason.
After Rob Gronkowski had surgery in early December, Hogan helped fill the void.
Hogan hopped through the NFL and landed four seasons with the Buffalo Bills, but was picked up by the Bills later in the 2012 season.
After sitting out most of the next year and a half, Hogan's time came to find a home in New England.
In 2016, he signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the New York Giants, then a two-year contract with the Patriots, where he played three seasons and won two.
Hogan's rise to the playoffs was pivotal as he scored the second-highest pass percentage of any quarterback in NFL history in a playoff game.
He assumed the role of starter for the first time in his NFL career against the New England Patriots, and his rise during the playoffs was also pivotal.
Chris Hogan, an Irish descent is married to Ashley Boccio, a doctor, and his formed batch mate. They played lacrosse together for the Penn State University team.
Boccio gave birth to healthy twins in March 2017. The twins are named Chase James Hogan and Parker Kay Hogan.
Hogan, in 2015, got a sponsorship deal from Maximum Human Performance (MHP), and he became a brand ambassador for the company.
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