Chris Hogan Biography
Chris Hogan (Christopher James Hogan) an American football wide receiver for the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League (NFL). He as well played college football at Monmouth University. Prior to his football career, he played college lacrosse at Penn State.
He joined the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2011, but did not featured in a regular-season game until 2012 as a member of the Buffalo Bills. He was previously signed by the San Francisco 49ers, New York Giants, and Miami Dolphins, but did not make the final roster of each team.
Having had four seasons with the Bills, he signed with the New England Patriots in 2016, making Super Bowl appearances in each season and winning Super Bowl LI and Super Bowl LIII.
While with the Dolphins, Hogan was featured prominently on the 2012 season of HBO’s Hard Knocks after Reggie Bush nicknamed him “7-Eleven” because he was “always open”.
Chris Hogan Age
Hogan was born on October 24.1988 in Wyckoff, NJ, as of 2018 he is 30 years old.
Chris Hogan New England Patriots
On 10th March 2016 he (a restricted free agent), signed a three-year offer sheet with the New England Patriots for ($12 million, with $7.5 million guaranteed). The contract was front-loaded ($5.5 million in 2016) to make it difficult for the Bills to match.
This happened as Bill Belichick “head coach” saw major potential describing James as a “burner” with incredible active. Later the Bills decrease, to match the offer sheet, receiving no draft payment because of their original minimum salary one-year tender.
During a Week 1 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals on NBC Sunday Night Football, Hogan scored the first touchdown of the season for the Patriots on a 37-yard pass from quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
In the Patriots’ Week 5 matchup against the Cleveland Browns, Hogan had a career-high of ‘114’ receiving yards, this time with Tom Brady as his quarterback. while playing against his former team in Buffalo, he caught four passes for ’91’ yards, including a then career-long 53-yard touchdown reception.
In Week 12, against the New York Jets, Hogan became the third Patriots wide receiver in as many seasons to attempt a pass; while Hogan’s left-handed pass was incomplete, it drew a 31-yard defensive pass interference penalty.
He as well passed his past career-best for receiving yards in a season with 461 yards on 21 receptions (20.1 yards per catch, then trailing only injured teammate Rob Gronkowski for the NFL lead at 21.6).
In Week 14, on Monday Night Football, he caught a 79-yard touchdown pass against the Baltimore Ravens, the longest of his career (and the seventh longest in the NFL) part of another career-best 129 yards on five receptions. He ended the season with 38 receptions for 680 yards and 4 touchdowns; his 17.89 yards per catch was second only to DeSean Jackson’s 17.95.
In the postseason, Hogan had 4 receptions for 95 yards in a win over Houston, followed by nine receptions for 180 yards and two touchdowns in the AFC Championship win over Pittsburgh. These were career highs in all three categories and a Patriots playoff record for receiving yards in a single game.
On February 5, 2017, Hogan was part of the Patriots team that won Super Bowl LI. In the game, he had four receptions for 57 yards as the Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons by a score of (34to28) in overtime.
Chris Hogan Net Worth
Hogan has an estimated Net Worth of $3 million.
Chris Hogan Nfl
Hogan got signed by the Panther o a one-year contract
he Carolina Panthers added depth and experience to the wide receiver position. The Panthers announced on Friday the signing of Chris Hogan to a one-year deal.
“It took a little longer than originally expected, but I’m super excited about coming to Carolina,” Hogan said via the team website. “This is an opportunity to prove myself again as a player.”
Hogan spent the past three seasons with the New England Patriots and now joins a crowded wide receiver position in Carolina.
D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel project as the starters, with Hogan, Torrey Smith, Jarius Wright, Rashad Ross, Mose Frazier, Andre Levrone and DeAndrew White also currently on the Panthers’ offseason roster.
With his arrival in Carolina, Hogan will also go from hauling in passes from Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to catching balls from Panthers signal-caller Cam Newton.
“Tom was great. He demanded a lot and was an ultimate competitor,” Hogan said. “From what I hear and just from watching Cam, he’s the ultimate competitor as well. Really excited about the opportunity to play with him.”
Hogan originally entered the league in 2011 as an undrafted free agent out of Monmouth with the San Francisco 49ers. He had practice squad stints with the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins before spending four seasons with the Buffalo Bills (2012-15).
On his career, the 31-year-old Hogan has appeared in 88 games with 34 starts, totaling 194 catches for 2,610 yards and 18 touchdowns.
Chris Hogan and Lacrosse
Hogan as well played both football and lacrosse for the Raiders athletic teams at Ramapo High School. He was a first-team All-New Jersey performer as a junior and senior in lacrosse and an all-state first-teamer as a senior in football. Hogan chose to attend Penn State on a scholarship to help build a rising Nittany Lions men’s lacrosse program.
Chris Hogan and Dave Ramsey
Hogan served as the vice president of a well-respected company, helping clients manage all phases of their businesses, he realized how so many families, marriages and children were being affected by money issues. He as well felt powerless as he sat behind his desk and watched his clients throw away their financial futures. Chris knew things needed to change.
Today, he helps spread Dave’s message of financial hope to audiences everywhere. An engaging and humorous speaker, Chris is an expert on subjects like mortgages, healthcare and investing. To promote financial education, he speaks at colleges and businesses and conducts on-site training sessions at companies.
Chris also works with high-profile clients, such as athletes, entertainers, and businessmen, to help them develop a financial strategy to protect their wealth and secure their future.
Chris Hogan Wife
Hogan is married to Ashley Boccio, a doctor and Long Island native whom he met at Penn State when they were both lacrosse players. The duo has twins, Chase and Parker, born on March 2017. Ashley got pregnant during the Patriots’ Super Bowl LI run and could not attend the game, but she did attend Super Bowl LII.
While with the Patriots, he stayed in Foxborough, Massachusetts during the NFL season but drove down to his family home in Huntington, New York on Monday nights, spending Tuesday there before returning to Foxborough.
Chris Hogan Height and Weight
Hogan stands tall at a height an has an average body weight.
Chris Hogan Eyes
Hogan eyes are very sharp, So expressive. He can share a number of emotions to express through those two eyeballs that just have to know which pair matches your personality.
Chris Hogan College Career
Hogan joined to attend Penn State college on a scholarship to help build a rising Nittany Lions men’s lacrosse program. He began all 13 games as a freshman in 2007, scoring 11 goals, but appeared in just three games as a sophomore because of a high ankle sprain.
In 2009, he had (29 goals on 133 shots) and was named first-team All-ECAC as well as voted captain for his senior season. He graduated in 2010 with one year of college sports eligibility remaining.