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Kyle Boller

Body measurements

Height

191 cm (6 ft 3.2 in)

Weight

100 kg (220 lb)

Info

Date of birth

June 17, 1981

Age

39

Zodiac sign

Gemini

Nationality

USA

Occupation

American football player

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Eyes color

Blue

Hair color

Brown
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Who is Kyle Boller?

Kyle Boller is a retired NFL quarterback whose best days came in his 6 years playing for the Baltimore Ravens. He career was unfortunately blighted with injuries.

Early Accomplishments

A 4838 pass yardage and throwing for 59 touchdowns earned him the 1998 State Player award in California after his final year CIF Div. III title-winning season with a 13-1 record.

He played college football for UC Berkeley and set a number of season and career achievements such as the 2nd best TD passes and 3rd best pass yardage. 

He was 19th overall NFL Draft pick in 2003.

Best Known For

Beaten by Joe Flacco in 2010, he was the all-time passing yards leader for the Ravens with 7846. In 2006, he had a passer rating of 104.0 and 9 career games with a QB rating above 100.

He also played for the St. Louis Rams in 2009, the Oakland Raiders in 2010 and 2011 and one practice session with the San Diego Chargers.

Sexual Orientation

Kyle is straight and started a family with his true love, ex-beauty queen Carrie Prejean since 2010. The pair had met and began dating in late 2009 and later getting engaged 5 months on. 

Before Carrie, he dated actress Tara Reid for a few months in 2004.

Family

He is the son of Bob and Karen Boller and he has a sister named Candace. He became a father for the first time in 2011 to daughter, Grace and for a second time in 2013 to son, Brody

Religion 

Although, he comes off as a Conservative, Kyle’s religious beliefs and practices are unknown.

Worth To Know

Retired from pro football in July 2012, only one day after just signing a 1-year deal with San Diego Chargers.

He was dubbed Kyle “I should’ve been a” Boller by fans and media because of his failure to excel as a starting QB. 





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