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Trent Dilfer

sportscaster , professional football player

Trent Dilfer, American sportscaster, retired professional football player. Achievements include broke Doug Williams 1982 record by throwing 138 consecutive passes without interception. Active Fellowship Christian Athletes, Athletes in Action, United Way, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Police Athletic League, Hardy's Huddle.

Background

Dilfer, Trent was born on March 13, 1972 in Santa Cruz, Ca.

Education

Student, Fresno State University.

Career

Quarterback Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1994—2000, Baltimore Ravens, 2000, Seattle Seahawks, 2001—2004, Cleveland Browns, 2005, San Francisco 49ers, 2006—2008. Retired NFL, 2008; guest analyst NFL Network, 2006—2008. NFL analyst Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, since 2008.

Achievements

  • Achievements include broke Doug Williams 1982 record by throwing 138 consecutive passes without interception.

Membership

Active Fellowship Christian Athletes, Athletes in Action, United Way, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Police Athletic League, Hardy's Huddle.

Connections

Married Cassandra Dilfer. Children: Madeleine, Victoria, Delaney, Trevin(deceased).

spouse:
Cassandra Dilfer

children:
Madeleine Dilfer

Victoria Dilfer

Delaney Dilfer

Trevin Dilfer (deceased)