Kevin Hogan Biography, Height, Weight, Body Stats, NFL Career

It is always a dream come true for any National Football League player to play for their home team, especially when those players have spent years playing elsewhere. There’s a special attachment players have for that and probably no one would understand that better than Kevin Hogan at this point in his career, as he joined the Washington Redskins after leaving the Cleveland Browns. Here’s more about his biography, NFL career, and body stats which, as far as football is concerned, are an integral part of any player’s profile.

Biography of Kevin Hogan

The Burgundy and Gold player was named KevinMichael Hogan after he was born on October 20, 1992, in McLean, Virginia to Jerry (father) and Donna (mother) Hogan. In his family are his older brother and sister Brian and Kelly.

Kevin Hogan enrolled at the much loved Jesuit Boys High School and later Gonzaga College High School in Washington where he started playing American football in a more focused and tactical way for the Eagles football team. The kid was good enough to be named the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference’s first-ever first-team first-team pick twice in his junior year and similarly after his senior year, the Hall of Famer. Fairfax County Football named him the 2010 High School Player of the Year for Private Schools, just as he also received DC Player of the Year honors and made the 2010 First Team All-Star list. Met from the Washington Post.

After high school, Kevin entered Stanford University in 2012 and as expected became a better footballer by training and playing with his Stanford Cardinals football teammates. He played exceptionally well in his first games of the season for which he was named the Cardinals starting quarterback. At the end of his freshman season in college football, Hogan recorded 263 rushing yards, which became the 7th most by a Stanford quarterback in school history.

His sophomore season (2013) saw him post 2,630 passing yards with 20 touchdown passes, two rushing touchdowns and 10 memorable interceptions. The 2014 season followed similarly with some increases and decreases in his stats; 2,792 passing yards with 19 passing touchdowns, five rushing touchdowns and eight interceptions. In his last college football season, he threw for 2,867 yards and 27 touchdowns, rushing for 336 yards and 6 touchdowns, which was good enough to interest NFL teams.

NFL Career

The Kansas City Chiefs brought Kevin Hogan to the NFL as the 162nd overall pick in the 5th round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Nevertheless, on September 3, 2016, approximately 5 months after signing the boy, they released him and the Cleveland Browns came to request his services afterwards.



Kevin Hogan made his NFL debut with the ClevelandBrowns on October 23, 2016 against the Cincinnati Bengals. However, he didn’t see much playing time for the rest of the season, as the team’s starting quarterback, Cody Kessler, was used in most games that season.

As the 2017 season approaches; his second professional NFL season, Kevin was DeShone Kizer’s preferred replacement. However, after a series of injuries suffered by DeShone, Hogan was put in charge of starting quarterback for the Browns which he played in a few games before Kizer was renamed the teams starting QB. Hogan, before making way for DeShone, then suffered a rib injury that saw him on the inactive roster for the final three games of the season.

As part of a massive purge of ClevelandBrown’s quarterbacks by team management that had already seen DeShone Kizer shipped to the Green Bay Packers and Cody Kessler shipped to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Kevin Hogan was next in line. released by the team. It’s worth remembering that the Browns lost most of their games in the 2017 season, so the reason for the quarterback review should be well understood and not misinterpreted.

The Washington Redskins then acquired Kevin Hogandes Cleveland Browns in exchange for a 6th round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Redskins and that he has already revealed that it is a dream come true for him to play for the Washington Redskins, we are all sure to expect an impressive performance from him.

Body Stats – Height, Weight

Kevin Hogan doesn’t lack height otherwise he probably won’t be where he is now in his career. Quarterback Skins stands 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) and weighs in at 218 lb (99 kg) which he pulls to lead his team on offense. His arm spans a length of 32 3⁄8 in (0.82 m) while the size of his hand is proportional at 10 1⁄4 in (0.26 m).

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