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Blaine Gabbert Biography, Age, Wife, Brother, Salary, College, Contract

Blaine Gabbert (Blaine Williamson Gabbert) is an American football quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL).

Blaine Gabbert Biography

Blaine Gabbert (Blaine Williamson Gabbert) is an American football quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL).

He played college football at Missouri before leaving early for the 2011 NFL Draft after his junior year. He was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first round with the 10th overall pick.

He has also played for the San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, and Tennessee Titans, starting at least three games for all of them.

Blaine Gabbert Education

Blaine attended Parkway West High School in Ballwin, where he played for the Parkway West Longhorns high school football team. He was a five-star blue-chip All-American and, according to, was their No. 14 national player overall at any position.

Blaine Gabbert Age

Blaine Williamson Gabbert is an American football quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League. He was born on October 15. 1989 in Ballwin, MO. Gabbert is 29 years old as of 2018.

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Blaine Gabbert Family

Gabbert was born in Ballwin, Missouri. He was born and raised by his parent, Chuck Gabbert (Father) and Beverly Gabbert. He has a brother called Tyler Gabbert.

Blaine Gabbert Wife

Gabbert is not married but he is dating his colleges mates called Bekah Mills. They started their affair in 2008. They are not married but are living together.

Blaine and his girlfriend together went on several trips and they are happy with each other. Bekah was a basketball player during her University days. Mills graduated with a Master’s degree in Accounting in May 2012.

Blaine Gabbert Net Worth | Blaine Gabbert Career Earnings

Blaine Gabbert is an American football player. Gabbert began playing football when he was studying at Parkway West High School.

He was named as U.S. Army All-America honors in 2007. He signed a four-year contract with the Jaguars with a staggering deal worth $12 million. Blaine has an estimated Net Worth of $3.2 million dollars as of 2019.

Blaine Gabbert Brother

Blaine Gabbert’s brother leaving Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. — The battle to replace Blaine Gabbert as Missouri’s starting quarterback is over. His younger brother, Tyler, has decided to transfer.

Coach Gary Pinkel said Monday that redshirt freshman Tyler Gabbert is leaving, ending the competition with sophomore James Franklin to succeed Blaine Gabbert as the Tigers’ signal-caller.

Both players entered spring practice with what coach called an equal shot at the starting job. Franklin was elevated to the top of the depth chart entering the fall after a stronger performance in the spring game.

He completed 13 of 21 passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns, while Gabbert finished 8 of 22 for just 48 yards and the game’s only interception.

“We wish Tyler the best and will do everything we can to assist him going forward,” Pinkel said. “He’s worked very hard in our program this past year, and we thank him for his efforts.”

Sophomore Ashton Glaser will become the No. 2 quarterback, with freshman QB Corbin Berkstresser arriving in the fall.

As recently as last week, Gabbert spoke effusively to local reporters of a summer workout regimen involving throwing sessions with returning receivers T.J. Moe and Wes Kemp. He could not immediately be reached for comment Monday.

Franklin, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound prep star in Dallas, saw limited duty in 2010 as Blaine Gabbert’s backup. He rushed 23 times for 116 yards and two touchdowns while completing 11 of 14 passes for one score.

Tyler Gabbert, who played high school football at the same suburban St. Louis school as his older brother, initially committed to Nebraska before switching to Missouri.

So did Blaine Gabbert, a two-year starter at Missouri who left school after his junior year and was chosen by the Jacksonville Jaguars with the No. 10 overall pick less than two weeks ago. Tyler Gabbert joined his older brother in New York for the draft.

Blaine Gabbert College

Coming out of high school in 2008, he was considered a major college recruitment prospect. Rated as a five-star recruit by, Gabbert was listed as the highest ranked pro-style quarterback in the nation.

He initially gave a verbal commitment to the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers but rethought his decision after head coach Bill Callahan was fired.

He eventually committed to the University of Missouri. Missouri coach Gary Pinkel decided not to redshirt Gabbert his freshman year, but instead play him as the third-string quarterback behind Chase Daniel and Chase Patton.

He saw action in five games in reserve duty, leading the Tiger offense to a touchdown against Colorado and a field goal against Nevada. He completed 5-of-13 passing attempts for 43 yards and rushed six times for 22 yards.

Gabbert had a strong debut in 2009, throwing for 313 yards with three touchdowns in the air and another one on the ground against the Illinois Fighting Illini in the annual Arch Rivalry.

He set career highs with 30 completions”30 for 51″ and 468 yards against Baylor. The 468 yards were the second-best single-game mark in school history, second only to Jeff Handy’s 480 yards against Oklahoma State in 1992.

Gabbert was named to Second–Team All-Big 12 honors by multiple league media outlets, and he was also granted honorable mention for all-league honors from the AP after ranking 2nd in the Big 12 (29th in the NCAA) in passing efficiency “140.45 ratings”.

Gabbert ranked 4th in the Big 12 and 11th in the NCAA in the total offense”292.08 avg.”. He led the Big 12 with 8.1 passing yards per attempt.

He achieved the 3rd-highest single-season passing total in school history, completing 262-of-445 passes for 3,593 yards, 24 touchdowns, and nine interceptions. He was also recognized for his success in the classroom and named to the 1st-Team Academic All-Big 12.

Gabbert in 2011
In 2010, Gabbert led Missouri to a season-opening 23–13 victory over Illinois. He threw for 34 passes on 48 attempts, with 281 yards and two touchdowns.

Gabbert also went on to beat Colorado “17–29, 191, two touchdowns” despite being sidelined with an injury in the fourth quarter.

Other highlights of the season include beating Texas A&M on the road”31–47, 361, three touchdowns”, and upsetting #1 Oklahoma “30–42, 308, one touchdowns”.

That victory ended a seven-game losing streak against the Sooners, going back to 1998. Overall, in his last season with the Tigers, he had 3,186 passing yards, 16 passing touchdowns, nine interceptions, 232 rushing yards, and five rushing touchdowns.

Blaine Gabbert Contract

He signed a 1 year, $1,600,000 contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, including an average annual salary of $1,600,000. In 2019, Gabbert will earn a base salary of $1,000,000 and a roster bonus of $593,750, while carrying a cap hit of $1,593,750.

Blaine Gabbert Draft

He played college football at Missouri before leaving early for the 2011 NFL Draft after his junior year. He was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first round with the 10th overall pick.

The 2011 NFL Draft was the 76th installment of the annual NFL Draft, where the franchises of the National Football League select newly eligible football players.

Like the 2010 draft, the 2011 draft was held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, New York, over three days: this year, the first round took place on Thursday, April 28. 2011; the second and third rounds took place on Friday, April 29; with the final four rounds on Saturday, April 30. 2011.

The Carolina Panthers, who had the worst record for the 2010 NFL season at 2–14, had the right to the first selection in the draft, where they selected Auburn University quarterback Cam Newton, who was the 2010 Heisman Trophy winner.

Blaine Gabbert Titans

QB Blaine Gabbert Steps Up for Titans in Comeback Win

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota went down on Saturday.

Running back Derrick Henry will tell you what happened next:

“Blaine stepped up,” Henry said of quarterback Blaine Gabbert. “He was very smooth. Blaine has that attitude, and he has that killer instinct.

Nothing scares him – he doesn’t shy away from anything. He goes out there like he’s the starter. When one man goes down, you have to step up and that’s what he did.

“Credit to Blaine coming in with a lot of poise, making plays.”

Gabbert replaced an injured Mariota late in the first half and finished the game. On Saturday, he lifted the Titans to a 25-16 win over the Washington Redskins at Nissan Stadium.

Gabbert, an eight-year veteran, stepped up big late.

With the Titans trailing 16-13 with just 8:09 left, the Titans took over at their own 25-yard line.

Gabbert then engineered a seven-play, 75-yard drive, capping it off with a two-yard touchdown pass to tight end MyCole Pruitt.

Gabbert connected with receiver Taywan Taylor on a 35-yard completion to start the drive, and then the Titans turned things over to Henry before Gabbert hit Pruitt with 4:30 left to give the Titans a 19-16 lead.

The Titans added a late score on cornerback Malcolm Butler’s interception return for a touchdown.

Gabbert finished the contest 7-of-11 for 101 yards and a touchdown, with a 123.7 rating.

“We have all the confidence in the world in Blaine,” Pruitt said. “He’s a quarterback who’s done it for a long time in this league, and he’s won games before, on this team. He got us there.”

Gabbert has played a key role for the Titans since being acquired this offseason. In Week Two, Gabbert started and the Titans beat the Texans. He also started a Week 3 win vs. the Jaguars but was knocked out early in that contest.

On the season, Gabbert has completed 43-of-72 passes (59.7 percent) for 461 yards, with an 80.3 rating.

“It was, “Just go win the game,” Gabbert said of his mindset when he entered the contest. “It was a fun win, and it’s always fun to win big games, and just go out there and play with the guys. You work hard day in and day out, and sometimes you don’t get the chance to play.

“So whenever I am out there I just try to make the most of the opportunity and have fun. I’m just glad we were able to pull it out and win the game.”

The Titans aren’t sure if Mariota, who suffered a stinger, will be available in the season finale next Sunday against the Colts. He’s still being evaluated, Titans coach Mike Vrabel said.

Gabbert said he’ll be ready if needed.

“It’s the same mindset week in and week out,” Gabbert said. “I prepare the same – starter, back-up – whatever role I am in. Because like you saw tonight, it can happen in a split second that you’re in the game.

“You always have to be ready when your number is called.”