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About A.j. Hawk
A.J. Hawk, formally known as Aaron James Hawk, shot to fame in 2006 when he was signed by NFL side, the Green Bay Packers. Mostly used as a linebacker, Hawk helped the team to win the Super Bowl in 2011. After eight successful seasons with the side, the American football star joined the Cincinnati Bengals in a two-year deal which was said to be around $3.25 million.
The Bengals released him in 2016 and joined the Atlanta Falcons later that year. The following year, the Ohio-born football star announced that he was retiring from the sport.
Following his retirement, Hawk has worked as a sports analyst. He’s best known for his podcast “The HawkCast” and the YouTube show titled “McAfee & Hawk Sports Talk” alongside former wrestler Pat McAfee.
In 2007, he became the brother-in-law of fellow footballer Brady Quinn due to his marriage to the latter’s sister, Laura Quinn. He and Quinn have children together.
He started playing football during his time at Centerville High School. He continued his fine form at Ohio State University.
During his college days, he won the BCS national championship, the Lombardi Award, and the Jack Lambert Trophy.
At college, he shared the same locker room with future stars like Nick Mangold, and Bobby Carpenter.
He recorded 19 sacks and 922 tackles during his time at Green Bay Packers.
A.j. Hawk Rank
F.A.Q. about A.j. Hawk
When is A.j. Hawk's birthday?
A.j. Hawk's birthday is on January 6, 1984.
In how many days is A.j. Hawk's birthday?
A.j. Hawk's birthday is in 96 days
How old is A.j. Hawk?
A.j. Hawk is 38 years old.
Where is A.j. Hawk from?
A.j. Hawk was born in Kettering, Ohio, U.S..