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The NFL veteran Isaiah Kacyvenski from New York played middle linebacker for the NFL and is a household name in American sports.
In 2000, he was picked by the Seattle Seahawks in the fourth round. In 2005, he was appointed as a Special Teams Captain of the Seattle Seahawks, and he held this position for three years in a row.
Isaiah finished a single-season record of 135 tackles in school and 395 tackles, 4.5 sacks, 11 interceptions, and eight fumble recoveries in his college career. Isaiah finished with a pre-med degree from Harvard, and to attend the first days of football training camp, he missed the commencement ceremony event. Interestingly, his father received his Harvard diploma in his stead, wearing a cap and gown.
Isaiah Kacyvenski played for the NFL for eight years and got numerous awards for his achievements. After retirement, he got involved in several startups and goodwill projects. Currently, the famous football player serves as an investor and advisor to different companies in technology, biotech, sports, media, and sports medicine.
Isaiah Kacyvenski has earned $1.5 million net worth from his NFL football career and business ventures.
It is not much known how much Isaiah Kacyvenski earns annually.
Isaiah Kacyvenski stands 6ft 1in (185 cm) tall.
Isaiah Kacyvenski is 44 years old and will turn 45 on October 3, 2022.
The former football player Isaiah J. Kacyvenski was born on October 3, 1977, in Endicott, New York, USA. He grew up with his parents (name not known) and five siblings and had a tough childhood.
Isaiah attended the Union-Endicott High School and was the football team's captain. During the end of his senior season in football, he was awarded an academic scholarship to study at Harvard University. This news was shared with Isaiah by Tim Murphy, the Harvard Crimson football coach.
Also, during his freshmen year at Harvard, he found some of his mother's belongings. He also got his mother's picture wearing a Harvard sweatshirt holding her Bible-quoting a message that conveyed how important he was to his mom.
Interestingly, he was given a random jersey number 49, which happened to be the same number his mom had quoted in her Bible with the message.
Isaiah Kacyvenski married Lauren Antos and has two children named Isaiah Jr. and Lilliana.
Isaiah Kacyvenski was selected in the 2000 NFL draft by Seattle Seahawks in the fourth round, for which he became the highest draft pick in Harvard history. In 2002, he was placed as Middle Linebacker in the starting position and led the team to Super Bowl XL. Isaiah played for the team for six-plus seasons.
In 2006, he joined St. Louis Rams, but his stint with the Rams was for a less period as he suffered two separate concussions (like many NFL players) in three weeks. He played only 10 games with the Rams.
Isaiah Kacyvenski was then signed to Oakland Raiders and, after a month, was allocated to a season-ending injury reserve. Eventually, he was released by the Raiders after microfracture surgery on his leg. However, in September 2008, Isaiah was advised to retire after a prolonged injury spell. After retirement, he earned an MBA from Harvard Business School in May 2011 and played college soccer.
Subsequently, Isaiah Kacyvenski ventured into different businesses. He became one of the first employees to join an electronics company called MC10 and currently serves as the Global Head of Business Development and the Chairman of the MC10 Sports-Medicine Advisory Board. He has developed technologies like BioStamp (a physiological data-recording tool), Check light, and a hydration monitor.
In addition, Kacyvenski is the managing partner and co-founder of a sports technology firm called Will Ventures.
The prominent football player founded the Maggie Memorial Golf Tournament to honor his mother, and all the proceeds go to the orphanage, the Children's Home of Wyoming Conference, where his mother grew up.
Isaiah Kacyvenski has received numerous awards, which are as follows: All-Ivy League Rookie of the Year award (1996), three times All-Ivy League First-team honors (1997-1999), 1st Team AP All-American (1999), Nils V. 'Swede' Nelson Award (for being the New England's most academically talented football player), PETA Compassionate Action Award (for being the first professional athlete to donate his brain to science), Sports and Fitness Industry Leaders Scholar, Harvard University Male Athlete Of the Year.
Besides, in 2015, Isaiah was inducted into the Greater Binghamton Sports Hall of Fame.
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