Kordell Stewart NFL

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Kordell Stewart NFL

Kordell Stewart NFL

Kordell Stewart NFL

American retired professional football player Kordell Stewart played quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers for the majority of his 11 seasons in the National Football League (NFL).

Kordell Stewart NFL Early Life

Stewart was born on October 16, 1972, to Florence and Robert Stewart Sr. In Marrero, Louisiana. Additionally, Robert Stewart Jr. Is his sibling. He played football while he was a student at John Ehret High School. Later, at the University of Colorado Boulder, he participated in college football for the Colorado Buffaloes squad. He set numerous Buffaloes records while playing for coach Bill McCartney, becoming one of the most productive quarterbacks in school history.

These records include most passes completed, most passing yards, and most touchdown passes. Early in his college tenure, he experienced one of his greatest moments for the Colorado Buffaloes. When Colorado unveiled a pass-oriented system in September 1992, Stewart made his first start as a sophomore, helping the 12th-ranked Buffaloes defeat an intrastate rival. Kordell Stewart NFL

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Kordell Stewart NFL Career

In the second round of the 1995 NFL Draft, Stewart was chosen by the Pittsburgh Steelers. For the 1997 campaign, he was selected as the primary quarterback. The Steelers finished 11-5 under his leadership in his first season as the team’s primary quarterback in the NFL. He joined the Chicago Bears in the 2003 season as a free agency, but was cut after the campaign. In 2004, the Baltimore Ravens signed Stewart to fill Kyle Boller’s backup role.

Later, Stewart filled in for the injured Anthony Wright. But that season, he didn’t make a single pass. He surprisingly succeeded in filling in for punter Dave Zastudil and was honored as the NFL’s Special Teams Player of the Week as a result. Stewart was dismissed following the 2004 campaign, but the Ravens re-signed him in Week 1 of the 2005 campaign after starter Kyle Boller suffered an injury. The Ravens released Stewart after Boller was reinstated in November 2005. After hearing that he had been dismissed from the squad, he remained silent. On ESPN’s College Football Live, he made his first appearance as an analyst in January 2009.

He then made a second appearance in July as part of the show’s “50 States Tour” for the segment on Colorado sports. In 2012, he made his NFL exit permanent. With his former girlfriend Tania Richardson, Stewart is the father of a boy named Syre. At Luckie Lounge in downtown Atlanta in 2009, he first encountered Porsha Williams. They had an extravagant wedding in May 2011 that was documented on WE tv’s Platinum Weddings. On March 22, 2013, Stewart announced her intention to divorce Williams. He’s not married, and he’s not even presently dating anyone. Kordell Stewart NFL

Kordell Stewart NFL Net Worth

Kordell Stewart’s net worth currently stands at $15 million. His worth includes his assets and career as a former professional football player and sports analyst.