Bryson Tiller (born December 26, 1972), also known as “Bryson Tiller” is a former American football player who played defensive back for the New York Jets in the National Football League (NFL) from 1992 to 1995. He also played in the XFL for the Dallas Renegades in 1996. Tiller is currently a sports analyst and television personality.
Tiller’s stats are impressive. His best year was in 1998 when he was named to the NFL All-Decade Team. He also won a Super Bowl ring in 1999. He was a two-time All-Pro, and his best season was in 2004 when his team made the playoffs for the first time since 2001.
He is also the only quarterback to win two Super Bowls in his career. He was one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL until he became a backup with the Baltimore Ravens in 2006. He is also the only defensive back to win the NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award three times.
He is also the only quarterback to be named to the Pro Bowl three times.
The thing that bryson tiller is best known for is being the first quarterback to ever hit the endzone in a Super Bowl, but he is also the only quarterback to ever be named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy (2004). In addition, he is the only quarterback in NFL history to start two Super Bowls. He is also the only quarterback to have played in three Super Bowls.
bryson tiller was born on February 10, 1990 to a family of nine children (four of whom were adopted), and was raised in a rural area in Ohio. He spent his childhood growing up in the nearby hometown of Licking, Ohio. His mother was a nurse, so Bryson was encouraged to take classes in nursing. He first played football at the age of 11.
He graduated from Ohio State University before transferring to Ohio State University’s medical school to be closer to his mother and stepfather. He transferred to Baylor University after graduation from Ohio State, and was an undergraduate student at the University of Mississippi.
Bryson was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, and was named as one of the top 25 incoming freshmen at the University of Mississippi in 2002. He spent his freshman year at Mississippi with his brother. After he graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2005, he returned to his home state of Ohio to work at Cleveland Clinic, where he was eventually promoted to an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery. He was appointed as a Distinguished Professor of Surgery at Ohio State University in 2014.
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His net worth is somewhere in the mid-six figures, but he’s still a very wealthy person, who has a home in Cleveland. He was also recently named a “Best of Cleveland” honoree.