Rodney Clemons: NFL: Kansas City Chiefs

The 24 years old football player, Rodney Clemons has gone viral on the Internet. Read the full article to find his personal details, physical measurements, and family life. 

Rodney is one of the newest members recruited by the team, Kansas City Chiefs. He was named first-team All-Greater Houston by the Houston Chronicle.

He was also named first-team All-District and second-team All-State in 2014.

Rodney played in all 12 games in his freshman year (2016). In the same year, he got the opportunity to register his first career interception against Liberty and first career sack at Temple.

Name Rodney Clemons
Birthday December 28, 1996
Age 24
Gender Male
Height 6ft
Weight 209lbs
Nationality American
Profession Football Player
Twitter @RodneyClemons_8

Rodney Clemons Kansas City Chiefs Age

Rodney Clemons, the newest member of Kansas City is 24 years old. 

Furthermore, he was born on December 28, 1996.

He was born in Katy, Texas, United States, and thus holds American nationality.

Sneak Peek On Rodney Clemons Salary & Earning

As per the source site, overthecap, Rodney Clemons has an annual salary of $660k at present. He recently signed a contract with team, Kansas City Chiefs.

In 2020, he had signed another contract with the chiefs which was for practice. He earned a total of $142k from that contract.

Details On Rodney Clemons Relationship

The information on Rodney Clemons’ relationship is being investigated at present. He seems to have kept it private for now.

Also, we couldn’t find anything relatable to his love life on his Instagram account.

Rodney Clemons Height & Weight

The Athlete, Rodney Clemons stands with a height of exactly 6 feet. 

In addition, he has an approximated weight of 209 lbs.

Rodney Clemons Wiki Bio

The Wikipedia bio of Rodney seems to be under development as of now.

During his sophomore year in 2017, he registered a total of 68 tackles where 55 were solo and 13 were assists. Moving on, in 2018, he was awarded the A preseason Dave Campbell’s All-Texas College Second-Team selection award.

The same year, he had 2.5 TFLs, one interception, one forced fumble, and a blocked field goal for a touchdown.

Furthermore, he started all 13 senior games in 2019. He finished his school career as the all-time leader in total games played which was 54.

And he got awarded, All-AAC second team, AAC weekly honor roll, Hula Bowl and Shrine Bowl invites, and Athlon Sports Preseason AAC: second-team defense.

Rodney’s popularity has been rising after it was announced that he got selected for Kansas City Chiefs team.

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