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Cordarrelle Patterson

Cordarrelle Patterson

Cordarrelle Patterson is a professional football player. Cordarrelle Patterson now plays for the Chicago Bears in the National Football League. Cordarrelle, who played for the Minnesota Vikings, was the return specialist who established the record.

He’s also spent time with the Oakland Raiders and the New England Patriots.

He was a member of the Tennessee Volunteers football team during his school career before joining the NFL in 2013.

Early Life, Family, and Education

Cordarrelle Patterson was born on March 17, 1991, in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

He was also reared by his single mother, Catherine, and older brother and sister, Charles and Crystal.

He enrolled in Northwestern High School in Rock Hill, South Carolina, shortly after.

Patterson also participated in football, basketball, and track & field throughout his high school years.

In fact, during his senior year in 2008, he caught 75 receptions for 944 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Meanwhile, he had led the school’s football team to the State Class 4A Division II title.

He was a three-year letterman in track and field, and he was named to the All-State squad.

He also continued at North Carolina Tech Preparatory Christian Academy for a post-graduate session following graduation.

Facts of Cordarrelle Patterson

Full Name Cordarrelle Patterson
Birth Date March 17, 1991
Birth Place Rock Hill, South Carolina, United States
Nickname Flash
Religion Christianity
Nationality American
Ethnicity Black
Education Northwestern High School, Rock Hill, South Carolina
University of Tennessee
Horoscope Pisces
Father NA
Mother Catherine Patterson
Siblings One brother and one sister
Brother Charles Patterson
Sister Crystal Patterson
Age 31 Years Old
Height 6 feet 2 inches (188 cm)
Weight 108 kg (238 lbs)
Build Athletic
Eye color Black
Hair Color Black
Profession NFL player
Playing Position Wide receiver
Running back
Active years  (Senior Career) 2013 – present
Teams Minnesota Vikings (2013 – 2016)
Oakland Raiders (2017)
New England Patriots (2018)              Chicago Bears (2019 –2021)               Atlanta Falcons( 2021- Present)
Sexual Orientation Straight
Marital Status Unmarried (In a relationship)
Girlfriend Taylor Quick
Children Three daughters
Daughters Avian
Zyana Rachelle                                        Qoi Aiko
Net Worth $5 million
Career Earnings $26 million
Social Media Twitter, Instagram
Merch Football Cards, Autographed Items, Rookie Card
Last Update May 2022

Net Worth and Salary

Cordarrelle Patterson has an approximated net worth of $5 million as of 2022. In fact, he is currently contracted Atlanta Falcons signing a $3 million worth contract for a year.

Besides, he has a per-game bonus of $31,250 this year.

Furthermore, Patterson has made more than $26 million till now in his career from all the teams he has played.

In addition, he earns fair fortunes through various endorsement deals and sponsorships. Earlier, he had made $5.6 million with the Raiders and $3.2 million with the Patriots.

College Career of Cordarrelle Patterson

Hutchinson’s football team

Patterson then transferred to Hutchinson Community College in Kansas, where he joined the junior college football squad. In 2010 and 2011, he was named to the NJCAA All-American team.

For the club, he has 1832 receiving yards, 113 receptions, 24 receiving touchdowns, 36 total touchdowns, and a 42.9 kickoff return average, all of which are team records.

In fact, in his freshman year, he was named return specialist of the year after returning 21 kickoff and punt returns.

In addition, as an offensive player, he was named to the All-American first team. In 2011, he won the Jayhawk Conference Offensive Player of the Year award.

Participation in track and field

Patterson was also interested in track and field, in addition to football.

At the Jayhawk Conference Championship, he ran the 100-meter dash in 10.33 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 21.19 seconds, both personal bests.

At the Southwestern Invitational Championships, he also competed in the long jump, setting a collegiate record of 6.85 meters.

In May 2011, he ran 40.32 seconds as part of a 4100-meter relay team at the Levelland Meet.

Tennessee State University

Patterson’s star shone brightly across the country during his record-breaking days at Hutchinson.

As a result, he received multiple offers from Division I programs at other institutions. He eventually elected to enroll at the University of Tennessee, where he became a member of the Volunteers football team in 2012.

Patterson spent the majority of his time with the squad as a wide receiver, but he also showed his versatility as a running back and return specialist.

In a 35-21 season-opening victory over North Carolina State, he recorded 93 receiving yards on six grabs and a receiving score.

Overall, he set the school record for all-purpose yards (1,858) and led the Southeastern Conference in that category.

In fact, in 12 games for the Volunteers, he had at least one receiving score, run, kick return, and punt return.

In the end, he dropped out of college early, declaring for the NFL draft in January 2013 alongside only a few other colleagues.

Professional Career

Vikings (Minnesota)

Patterson was quickly acquired by the Minnesota Vikings in a draft-day deal with the New England Patriots in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft.

Similarly, he made his regular-season debut in the season opener, catching a pass from Christian Ponder, Samantha Ponder’s husband, for a 10-yard gain.

He also scored his first NFL touchdown against the Chicago Bears, which were led by Eben Britton.

In fact, in September 2013, he was named NFC Teams Player of the Month. In his debut season, he hauled in 45 passes for 469 yards and five touchdowns.

In truth, his second season in the NFL did not provide him the delight he desired.

Patterson was unable to play at his peak under new head coach Mike Zimmer and rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

He was also no longer in the starting lineup despite catching only 33 catches for 384 yards and one touchdown.

However, after wide receiver Greg Jennings was released, he restored his starting spot.

As the team signed fresh wide receivers, he earned a fifth-place to start. After all, he only had two receptions and two kick returns in the 2015 season.

Not to add, next season, he’ll be more closely connected with the kick returner position rather than wide receiver.

In the season that would later be his final with the Vikings, he had 52 receptions for 453 yards and two receiving touchdowns. In addition, he had 25 kickoff returns.

Raiders of Oakland

Patterson, in reality, signed a two-year, $8.5 million contract with the Oakland Raiders in March 2017.

He also made his debut for them in the 2017 season opener as a kickoff returner, where he had one five-yard rush and one two-yard reception.

Patterson also scored a 47-yard touchdown against Phillip Rivers’ Los Angeles Chargers in Week 6, a 17-16 loss for the Raiders.

He had 31 receptions for 309 yards and 13 carries for 121 yards for the Raiders, including two touchdowns.

Patriots of New England

The Raiders traded him to the New England Patriots for a fifth-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft in March the following season.

After all, his first game with the Patriots ended in a 27-20 victory over the Houston Texans. In addition, he had started against the Green Bay Packers as a second running back in Week 9.

In addition, he finished the regular season with 21 receptions for 247 yards and three receiving touchdowns while rushing for 228 yards.

Patterson clinched two 14-yard receptions, a 38-yard kick return, and seven rushing yards as the Patriots defeated the LA Rams 13-3 to win Super Bowl LIII with Julian Edelman.

Bears of Chicago

Patterson, meanwhile, signed a two-year, $10 million deal with the Chicago Bears in March 2019.

He made his Bears debut against the Green Bay Packers in their season opener, in which they lost 10-3.

In November alone, he had 294 kickoff return yards and four tackles, earning him NFC Special Teams Player of the Month honors.

Cordarrelle Patterson
Cordarrelle Patterson in a match. Source: profootballnetworth

To point out, he had the most kick return yards of 825 in 2019 and the second-highest yards per return of 29.5 in the whole NFL.

The kickoff return average of 29.9 comes behind Gale Sayers in Bears’ history, a Chicago Hall of Famer.

Atlanta Falcons

The wide receiver signed a one-year contract with the Falcons on April 15, 2021. He is currently playing with the team.

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Relationship and Children

For sure, seven years of career in the NFL with outstanding performances and earnings attract a bunch of gorgeous girls.

Accordingly, Cordarrelle Patterson is in a relationship with Taylor Quick since the two met in 2013, while Patterson had just signed for the Vikings.

Likewise, the wide receiver has two sons and a daughter with his beautiful girlfriend.

In fact, the oldest one, Avian, was born in 2013, the youngest, Zyana, was born in March 2018, and the third is Qoi Aiko born in January 2020.

Not to mention, the two have a serious relationship and are planning to marry soon while raising their Kids.

Social Media

With no questions, Cordarrelle Patterson is an NFL star with a ton of fans following him on and off the pitch.

Accordingly, he uses his social media handles to get in touch with his fans and well-wishers. As of now, Patterson has accounts on Twitter and Instagram.

His Twitter has 116.9 thousand followers and his Instagram: 219 thousand followers.