Tim Patrick Biography

Tim Patrick is an America-based football wide receiver who plays for Denver Broncos for NFL (National Football League). He has played college football at Utah and emerged as a top wide receiver from an undrafted agent in the past. His journey is somewhat inspiring for so many youngsters who want to pursue a career in football.

Early Life

Tim Patrick was born on 23rd November 1993 and was brought up in San Diego, California to his parents named Marsi Lovett and Tim Patrick. He went to the University of City High School in his hometown and later started playing high school football for the Centurions. He was brought up in a single-parent home with his mother, one older brother, and one younger sister.

Tim Patrick Career

College Career

Patrick has appeared in almost 22 games during his college career. Out of all 22 games, he started with 23 during his three seasons at Utah. He finished his game at Utah while scoring 61 catches and rushing for 888 yards with five touchdowns. He has missed 17 games due to the injuries that he was wounded with at the time of playing with Utah. In 2016, Patrick made the team score for 711 receiving yards, 45 receptions, and five touchdown receptions.

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Professional Career

While playing for the Broncos in Week 2, Patrick recorded a 26 yard reception for the first time in his professional career. His team won week 2 and while performing in Week 8, they lose to the Kansas City chiefs’ where he scored his first professional receiving touchdown with a 24-yard reception. In the season of the year 2018, he rushed for 315 yards, 23 receptions, and one touchdown. On 11th September 2019, Patrick was placed in reserve while getting injured after suffering from a broken hand in the game of Week 1. Later, he returned to the field on 30th October 2019 and started practicing with the team again. In the 2019 season, he scored for overall 8 games while getting 218 receiving yards for 16 receptions.

Denver Broncos

Patrick signed a one-year contract with Broncos while being an exclusive-rights free agent on 18th April 2020. In the Week 4 of the 2020 season that was held against the New York Jets on “Thursday Night Football”, he scored for career-high ranking with almost 6 receptions, one touchdown, and 113 yards while taking over the victory with 37-26 points. In Week 10 which was played against Las Vegas Raiders, Patrick was discharged from the game after he punched one member from another team.

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Later, Patrick was punched by Isaiah Johnson from the rival’s team who was also ejected that time. In Week 11, which was played against Miami Dolphins, Patrick made an overall record of 119 yards with 61yards for fourth down late in the fourth quarter that further made the team win by 20-13 points. In Week 13, which was played against Kansas City Chiefs, he recorded four receptions with 44 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns.

Tim Patrick Biography

Real Name Timothy Mychael Patrick
Birth Date November 23, 1993
Age (as of 2021) 27 Years
Birth Place San Diego, California, USA
Nationality American
Profession Professional Football Player
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Sagittarius

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 4” – in Centimeters – 193 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 96 kg  –  in Pounds –  212 lbs
Shoe Size 12 (U.S.)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Body Type Athletic

Family

Father
Mother Ruth Patrick
Sister One
Brother One

Qualification/Education

School University City High School, San Diego
College Utah University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Affair No
Who is his girlfriend?

Personal life

As of now, Tim is not committed to anyone. He is not dating anyone in the industry and has been involved in focusing on his future games. He doesn’t seem to have a girlfriend.

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Tim Patrick Net Worth

Tim Patrick is best-known for his performances on the field track of football. He is a football-wide receiver who is estimated to have a net worth of around$3 million. Tim has made a contract with the Denver Broncos with an annual salary of $3,384,000. He has also made a one-year contract with RFA as a free agent that further makes him earn an amount of $750,000.

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