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James Robert Douglas Bironas Wiki/Biography
Born James Robert Douglas Bironas on the 29th January 1978, in Louisville, Kentucky USA, Rob was an American Football placekicker, who played in the National Football League (NFL) and Arena Football League for such teams as the Green Bay Packers (2002), Charleston Swamp Foxes (2003), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2003), Carolina Cobras (2004), Pittsburgh Steelers (2004), New York Dragons (2005), and Tennessee Titans (2005-2013). He died in 2014.
Have you ever wondered how rich Rob Bironas was, at the time of his death? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Bironas net worth was as high as $12 million, an amount earned through his successful career as a football player, during which he posted several records, including the one for most field goals made in one game with eight.
Rob Bironas Net Worth $12 Million
Rob is of Lithuanian ancestry. He went to Trinity High School, located in his hometown., where he played soccer, and also excelled in football and swimming. After his matriculation in 1996, Rob enrolled at Auburn University, where he played football for the Auburn Tigers until 1999, after which he transferred to Georgia Southern University and continued playing football for the Georgia Southern Eagles football team. While at Auburn, he was a semifinalist for Lou Groza Award in 1998, but then in 2000 while at Georgia Southern University, Rob won the 2000 NCAA Division I-AA National Championship, and then returned to Auburn to finish his studies, obtaining a degree in marketing.
Before his NFL career kicked off, Rob was in an off-season squad for the Green Bay Packers, but then joined he Charleston Swamp Foxes of the Arena Football League’s minor league system (AF2).
He was close to 50% of the successful kicks, as he converted 12 field goal attempts out of 27. After that, he joined the Carolina Cobras for the 2004 season and completed 17 field goals out of 40, and then in 2005, he played for the New York Dragons, before eventually earning a place in the NFL with the Tennessee Titans the same year.
In his rookie season, Rob completed 30 field goals out of 32 for 99 points, while the following season he had 100% completion, with 32 out of 32 field goals, which was enough for 98 points.
Rob continued in the same rhythm until the end of his career, making all field goals. He had his best season in 2008 when he completed 40 field goals for 127 points. Thanks to his success on the field, Rob received new contracts, including the contract worth $6.7 million over two years, which largely increased his net worth. Also, back in 2007, he was selected for the Pro Bowl, and into the First-team All-Pro, and in 2012 he was inducted into the KY Pro Football Pro Football Hall of Fame.
In 2014, the Titans released Rob, which marked the end of his career.
Regarding his personal life, Rob married Rachel Bradshaw in June 2014. She is the daughter of Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw. Tragically, Rob died in a car crash on the 20th September 2014.
According to toxicology analysis, Rob had 0,218 percent of alcohol in his blood, which was almost three times the legal limit in Tennessee.
Rob was a well-known philanthropist; back in 2008, he started The Rob Bironas Fund, through which he supported Nashville youth in getting a musical education. Furthermore, he was a board member of the Nashville Symphony, while he was also focused on improving the lives of children in need through the Kicks for Kids program.
|Full Name||Rob Bironas|
|Net Worth||$7 Million|
|Date Of Birth||January 29, 1978|
|Place Of Birth||Louisville, Kentucky, USA|
|Education||Georgia Southern University, Auburn University|
|Spouse||Rachel Bradshaw (m. 2014–2014)|
|Children||London Tyler Bironas|
|Siblings||Blake Bironas, Greg Bironas, Mitzi Stevens|
|1||Son-in-law of Terry Bradshaw.|
|2||Was on the practice squads of the Green Bay Packers (2002), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2003) and Pittsburgh Steelers (2004) before making his NFL debut with the Tennessee Titans in 2005.|
|3||Member of the 2000 NCAA Division I-AA National Champion Georgia Southern University.|
|NFL Monday Night Football||2007-2010||TV Series||Himself - Tennessee Titans Kicker|
|The NFL on CBS||2008-2010||TV Series||Himself - Tennessee Titans Kicker|
|Rome Is Burning||2008||TV Series||Himself|