Tracy Rocker is an American football coach who is currently serving as a headline coach for the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL. After enjoying a fabulous career as a player, he is now sharing his knowledge with the players and training them on how to master every aspect of the game. Tracy played football at Auburn University in the National Football League (NFL) for the Washington Redskins.
Tracy was born on 9th April 1966 in Atlanta, Georgia. Information about his previous life, parents, and siblings is not available although, we are currently digging it. He grew up with his younger brother David and he also went to Auburn and played football professionally. He went to Atlanta Fulton high school for gaining basic school education and later went to Auburn for college education.
Tracy Rocker Career
Tracy Rockers is well-known for being an enthusiastic player amongst other players all through the SEC. Under the training of Willie Hunter, he started his professional career while playing university football. He played as a defensive tackle for the University who was part of the team that achieved so many milestones. For his fabulous contribution as a great player, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame by the National Football Foundation. In summer 2005, he was added to Alabama’s state Sports Hall of Fame. His career-high score goes like 354 tackles, 21 quarterbacks sacks, and 48 tackles for loss. In 1989, he was picked at the third round of the NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins. Then he played 2 seasons incredibly for the team and at last completed his college journey with a one-year stretch with the Orlando Thunder in the World League of American football.
Tracy came back to Auburn for finishing his undergraduate studies and also started another career as a coach. He provided his invaluable on-field knowledge for the Auburn High School Tigers and also enjoyed a stint at Ole Miss, Arkansas, Troy, and Cincinnati. After that, he joined the Tennessee Titans in February 2011 for the spot of defensive line coach. Although titans’ management let him go in January 2014 and he started his journey with Georgia Bulldogs for the defensive line coach. Due to his immense contribution to the team, he was promoted to Associate Head Coach although due to a minor recruitment violation he was fired by the Bulldogs.
After this, he joined the University of Tennessee for the same position in 2018 where he spent two years. Following to this, he was hired by the University of South Carolina in February 2020, and currently he is serving as the defensive line coach for the Philadelphia Eagles. Throughout his career as a player, he remained a lightning-fast defensive end who brought power and speed to the defensive line and now sharing his secret for the Eagles boys.
Tracy Rocker Biography
|Real Name||Tracy Quinton Rocker|
|Birth Date||April 9, 1966|
|Age (as of 2021)||55 Years|
|Birth Place||Atlanta, Georgia, USA|
|Profession||Football Coach & Former Professional Football Player|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 3” – in Centimeters – 191 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 131 kg – in Pounds – 288 lbs|
|Brother||One (David Rocker)|
|School||South Atlanta High School|
|Who is his Wife?||Lalitha Rocker|
|Children||One (Kumar Rocker)|
Tracy is married to Lalitha. And they both have a son together named Kumar Rocker. He is a pitcher at Vanderbilt commodores. Lalitha’s parents moved from India to the united states therefore Kumar is of mixed ethnicity. Tracy Rocker is not active on social media. He doesn’t have an account on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter although. he does have an official Wikipedia page.
Tracy Rocker Net worth
As of 2021, the total net worth of Tracy is around $1.7 million. He was also a professional baseball player and now coaches. In 2021 he was hired by Philadelphia Eagles as defensive line coach. So, coaching and sports would be the primary source of income for his collected fortune.
- The Atlanta native is honored as the first player in SEC history to name the Lombardi award and also the Outland trophy in the same season for the category of standout player of auburn Tigers.
- Rocker made it through All-American twice and All-SEC player thrice, while in 1988, he named SEC player of the year.
- For his ability in the game, he earned a spot in the school’s team of the century in 1993.
- Through his excellent coaching, he led his team to win the SEC championship twice and was able to crack record with 12-1-1 and births in back-to-back sugar bowls.
- In 1990, he was selected for the NFL All-Rookie Team.
- His 2006-line ranked 4th in the SEC and 33rd in the nation in rushing defense.
- He returned to NFL to serve as the defensive line coach for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2021.