Brock Osweiler Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

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Brock Osweiler Quick Info
Height 6 ft 7 in
Weight 109 kg
Date of Birth November 22, 1990
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Spouse Erin Costales

Brock Osweiler is a former American professional football player who has represented, as a quarterback, the Denver Broncos (2012–2015, 2017), the Houston Texans (2016), the Cleveland Browns (2017), and the Miami Dolphins (2018) in the NFL (National Football League). He is best known for his performances in the 2015 season for the Denver Broncos which culminated in the team winning the Super Bowl 50, the championship match for the season. It was the season where he had earned a regular place in the Broncos‘ starting lineup, relieving the injured Peyton Manning. He had served as a backup to the legendary quarterback in his first 3 seasons with the team. After a series of inconsistent performances and continuous churn in the franchises that he played for, Brock had announced his retirement from the sport in October 2019, during the middle of the NFL season.

Born Name

Brock Alan Osweiler

Nick Name

Lobster, Brocket Launcher, Brock N Roll, The Brockinator

Brock Osweiler and Erin Costales, as seen in September 2020
Brock Osweiler and Erin Costales, as seen in September 2020 (Erin Costales / Instagram)

Sun Sign

Sagittarius

Born Place

Coeur d’Alene, Kootenai County, Idaho, United States

Residence

Montana, United States

Nationality

American

Education

Nick had graduated, in 2009, from Flathead High School in his hometown of Kalispell, Montana. He had then joined the Arizona State University later that year and played college football for the institution until 2011.

Occupation

Professional American Football Player (Retired)

Brock Osweiler as seen in an Instagram Post in December 2015
Brock Osweiler as seen in an Instagram Post in December 2015 (Erin Costales / Instagram)

Family

  • Father – John Osweiler (Military Veteran)
  • Mother – Kathy Osweiler
  • Siblings – Tanner Osweiler (Football Player)
  • Others – Thomas Michael Costales (Father-in-Law), Kathryn Chronis (Mother-in-Law)

Position

Quarterback

Jersey Number

  • 6, 17 – Denver Broncos
  • 17 – Houston Texans, Cleveland Browns
  • 8 – Miami Dolphins

Build

Athletic

Height

6 ft 7 in or 200.5 cm

Weight

109 kg or 240.5 lbs

Girlfriend / Spouse

Brock has dated –

  1. Erin Costales (2015–Present) – Brock got married to Erin Costales in February 2015 in a ceremony in Scottsdale, Arizona. They have 2 daughters together named Blake Everly Osweiler (b. April 9, 2017) and Quinn Kathryn Osweiler (b. 2019).
Brock Osweiler with Erin Costales and Blake Everly Osweiler, as seen in December 2019
Brock Osweiler with Erin Costales and Blake Everly Osweiler, as seen in December 2019 (Erin Costales / Instagram)

Race / Ethnicity

White

He is of American descent.

Hair Color

Dark Brown

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Toned physique
  • Short-cropped, wavy hair
  • Often sports a light stubble
  • Affable smile
Brock Osweiler and Blake Everly Osweiler, as seen in November 2018
Brock Osweiler and Blake Everly Osweiler, as seen in November 2018 (Erin Costales / Instagram)

Brock Osweiler Facts

  1. Born in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, he had relocated to Kalispell, Montana, with his family and attained most of his education there. In his high school days, he was proficient in both football and basketball. As football was the most dominant sport in Montana, he would have to travel to neighboring states to compete in amateur basketball tournaments.
  2. He had initially committed to joining Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington during his high school freshman year itself. However, after stellar performances in football, he had changed his mind. He was named the ‘Gatorade Player of the Year’ in football for Montana in his high school year.
  3. After this, he had received football scholarship offers from Stanford University and Washington State University but he had picked Arizona State University over both of them. In 2009, he became the first true freshman to start a game for the university’s football team, the Sun Devils, since Jake Plummer in 1993.
  4. During the 2015 NFL season, in a game against the Chicago Bears, he had completed 20 out of his 27 passes in a 17–15 win for the Denver Broncos. This had made him the first player to start and win his first career game on his birthday.

Featured Image by Brock Osweiler / Instagram

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