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Born in Westlake Village, California, Jordan Palmer is an American football player.
Jordan Palmer was picked in the NFL draft training center in 2007. Thereafter, he played for over seven teams in the position of a quarterback.
Palmer started his football career with the Washington Redskins. He went on to play for the Arizona Rattlers, Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars, Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills, and Tennessee Titans. With a passing yards average of 66, and a passer rating of 28.7, here is the story of Jordan Palmer, the American football quarterback.
Jordan Palmer has garnered a massive net worth of $2 million as of 2022.
The primary source of income for Jordan Palmer is his career as a quarterbacks coach. However, his present annual income is unknown. He is known to have signed a contract with the Cincinnati Bengals for an average salary of $691,000 in 2008. The football player made an estimated $67,000 during his one-month period with the Tennessee Titans.
Jordan Palmer stands at an average height of 6 ft 5 in (196 cm).
Born on May 30, 1984, Jordan Palmer is 38 years old as of May 2022.
Jordan William Palmer was born in Westlake Village, California, to parents Bill Palmer and Dana Palmer. He is the younger brother of Carson Palmer. Both the Palmer brothers have played as quarterbacks. His other siblings are Robert Palmer and Jennifer Palmer.
Jordan Palmer completed his schooling at the Mission Viejo High School, California. He went on to attend college at the University of Texas at El Paso. He was a part of the college football team in the UTEP Miners Football Program.
Jordan William Palmer is married to Dottie Palmer and has two children, the names of whom have not been revealed on social media. The family lives in California along with their pet pug.
Jordan William Palmer started his career as a football player when he scored seven touchdowns and 13 interceptions in his freshman year at UTEP. He went on to score 26 touchdowns and 18 interceptions during his time in sophomore year. He led his UTEP team to the 2005 GMAC Bowl to make his career-high score of 29 touchdowns, 19 interceptions, and 3503-yard passes. Palmer scored 26 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in his senior season. However, he did not qualify for post-season play.
Jordan Palmer was the 208th pick by the Washington Redskins where he scored a 24-yard touchdown pass to Burl Toler in a match hosted by the Baltimore Ravens. Within a month, he was waived off by the Washington Redskins. In 2008, Palmer signed on with the Cincinnati Bengals and played alongside his brother Carson Palmer. It was the first time in NFL history when the Palmer brothers were the only brothers to hold the quarterbacks' position in the same team at the same time. He played as the backup quarterback to his brother Carson Palmer. The brothers played for three seasons together. He was waived off by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2011.
Palmer went on to join the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2012 but was released in the same year. In 2013, he signed on with the Chicago Bears for one year and was with the team in the quarterback position until August 2014. Then, he joined the Buffalo Bills for a month before signing a contract with the Tennessee Titans for the rest of the 2014 season. During his NFL season, Palmer scored five-game points, 66 passing yards, and three rushing yards.
Soon after that, he joined EXOS, an NFL draft training center, as the quarterbacks' coach. The football player is also the founder of the QB Summit, which is an Orange County quarterback consulting program, which is located in Dana Point, California. He is currently the coach at the premier quarterback camp series and competition 'Elite11'.
Jordan Palmer is the brand ambassador of the anti-cancer foundation TeamNEGU: Never Ever Give Up. The Jesse Rees Foundation's official team encourages kids to fight cancer and get cured.
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