Kyle Brady is a former professional American football player for the New York Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars, and New England Patriots. During his early years, he enrolled at Highland Elementary School, Lemoyne Middle School, and Cedar Cliff High School. At Cedar Cliff, he already sighted that he is going to play football for their school. Eventually, they are the first team to be featured in the USA Today All-USA selection. Because of Brady’s outstanding performance, he was hailed the Gatorade Pennsylvania Player of the year and became an awardee of the Bobby Dodd Award.
Brady’s first team was the New York Jets, where he was selected as the 9th overall in the 1995 NFL Draft. Even though the fans were yelling “We Want Sapp!” to be included in the Jets, the management of New York decided to keep Brady instead. After the announcement, Joe Theismann controversially said that Brady’s selection doesn’t make any sense. This led the audience to boo Brady and his mother when they appeared together onstage.
In 1999, he decided to join the Jacksonville Jaguars, and by the following year, he set a career-high 64 receptions with 729 receiving yards. In 2003, he was awarded as the Jaguars’ Man of the Year. Eventually, being the durable player that he is. He landed a 2-year contract with the New England Patriots in 2007. However, he was injured at that time, so he only has to attend 14 games for the Patriots.
Brady is married to Kristin Brady, and both of them were living together in Atlantic Beach with their three children. In 2004, he prides himself for earning a pilot’s license. In 2009, he led the opening day ceremony of Green Cove Springs Athletic Association by throwing out the first pitch.
1989 USA Today High School All-American