Kevin Faulk Net Worth

Kevin Faulk Net Worth – How Much Is Kevin Faulk Worth?

Kevin Faulk is an American football player for the New England Patriots, playing running back for them under number 33. Born on 15 June 1976 in Lafayette Louisiana – attending Carencro High School and Louisiana State University according to Numerology; Kevin’s Life Path Number is 8. People born under this number tend to possess natural leadership abilities.

Faulk was an immediate hit during his rookie year (1999). He set a team record with 297 receiving yards in one season and averaged an impressive 5.4 average rushing yard per game average (later broken by Priest Holmes, LaDainian Tomlinson and Shaun Alexander). Faulk even earned himself the NFL Offensive Player of the Year award that year.

After only briefly starting for the Panthers, Faulk was traded to the St. Louis Rams for second and fifth-round draft picks in exchange for being the NFL Offensive Player of the Year again and leading receptions while setting an NFL record of 26 total touchdowns (later broken by Shaun Alexander and LaDainian Tomlinson). Upon joining St. Louis he became one of their star performers winning his second NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award while leading receptions as he set an NFL record which would stand until later breakage by Shaun Alexander and LaDainian Tomlinson respectively.

Faulk played an essential role in helping lead the Patriots to Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2003, rushing for 1,351 yards on 164 carries and catching 57 passes for 465 yards and four touchdowns – plus playing on special teams, returning two kickoffs and five punts for 122 yards of return yardage.

As his NFL career continued, injuries and age began to slow him down. Following an outstanding performance in 2001, Faulk’s rushing totals began to diminish gradually and was no longer considered one of the premier players of his heyday.

Faulk was still an integral member of the Patriots offense throughout his career and led them in rushing yards while earning unanimous vote for Offensive Player of the Year in 2008.

Faulk has since retired, serving as an analyst on NFL Network and writing multiple books about football and business topics – including his autobiography The Long Road Home. Currently residing in Lafayette with Lindsay Stoudt and their three children Marshall, Kevione, and Tanasha – Faulk remains active as an analyst on NFL Network and author. He is an avid golfer and staunch supporter of LSU Tigers, serving as a regular guest on ESPN show SportsCenter and being an ambassador for Special Olympics Louisiana Department of Education. In 2010, Kevin Faulk founded the Kevin Faulk Foundation to aid children who require physical, social and emotional supports. Additionally, he actively fights child abuse and domestic violence – his foundation specializes in meeting the needs of those children experiencing trauma or neglect. Louisiana Children and Family Foundation’s mission is to ensure every Louisiana child has a safe, loving environment in which to live, play, learn and grow. Their programs include foster care, family therapy and residential treatment for children and adolescents. Since 2004, this organization has raised over $2 Million.

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