Ty Warren is a Football player. He is originally from United States of America. He is famous for his defensive tackle selection as 13th among all by the New England Patriots in 2003 through NFL draft selection. His position was Defensive tackle. Ty has earned two super bowl rings awards with his team. Firstly beating the Carolina Panthers and then the Philadelphia Eagles. In 2007 he was First-team All-Pro and was awarded the Ron Burton Community Service Award in the same year.
In school as a senior Ty won first-team All-State honors. He posted nine sacks and 109 tackles. In his collegiate career, Ty had 144 tackles, 13.5 sacks and two blocked field goals. Ty was selected to the First team of the all-big 12 while playing at Texas A&M. He has an experience of more than ten years. From 2019 to the present, he has been a coach. Ty took his first airplane trip for the all-star game in California.
Ty’s childhood was not so pleasant. he was raised by a single parent and lived a poor life. During the summers, he did many odd jobs for the basic needs of his family. He has waxed the floors, moved furniture, delivered ice, cleaned tables in restaurants, etc. Today Ty Warren is a well-known name in the football profession.
Ty Warren Early Life:
|Full Real Name||Ty\’ron Markeith Warren|
|Date Of Birth||February 6th, 1981|
|Year Of Birth||1981|
|Nick Name||Ty Warren|
|Current Residence||Bryan, Texas|
Ty Warren was born and raised in Bryan, Texas, in United States of America. Currently, he is 41 years old. The Warren family was poor, and Ty worked many odd jobs to raise his siblings’ needs from an early age.
Ty’s Uncle, Curtis Dickey at Texas A&M, was an All-American tailback from 1976 to 79. His uncle was selected in the 1st round of the 1980 NFL Draft.
Ty Warren Family Background:
Ty was raised by his single mother, Ty’s parents went apart when he was 4. Ty has one brother and a sister. They all were raised with his maternal grandparents. Ty has done many jobs at an early age to meet his family’s needs.
Ty Warren Education:
|Highest Qualification||Agricultural development degree|
|University||Texas A&M University|
|High School||Bryan High School|
Ty attended Bryan High school in Texas. He was a letterman in football and in track in his high school. Ty graduated in 1999 from Bryan high and was admitted to Texas A&M University, where he selected a major in agricultural development.
Ty earned entry into the Texas A&M Athletic Hall of Fame in 2019, and in May 2011, he completed his degree from Texas A&M University.
Though there was a gap in his degree because of his career, Ty is the first graduate in his family.
Ty Warren Physical Stats:
|Weight In Kg||136 kg|
|Height In Feet||6 Feet 1 Inches|
Ty stands 6 Feet and 5 Inches tall. His body weight is approx. 136 kg. Ty’s shoe size is four, and the dress size is eight per US measurements.
Ty Warren Birth Signs:
|Birth Sign Duality||Assertive|
|Birth Sign Modality||Fixed Air|
Ty’s sun and star sign are Aquarius. The Moon sign is Pisces, and the Rising star is Taurus. His opposite Sign is Leo, and his birth flower is Primrose.
Ty Warren Net Worth:
|Net Worth||$18 million approx.|
|Source Of Income||Football|
Ty’s estimated Net worth is approx $ 18 million. His estimated career earnings are $31,025,000. As a player and a coach, his experience is of more than ten years.
Ty Warren Relationship Status:
|Spouse Name||Kesha Drayton|
|No Of Children||6|
In Ty’s early life, at a local boys and girls club in Bryan, he met Kesha Drayton. Kesha Drayton is Ty’s wife and a former basketball player. Ty’s all Six daughters have inherited the athletic ability from both parents.
Brionna Warren, Ty’s daughter, played at college station high school, and he chose the same career as her father. She has been ranked no. 9 in the country as a senior. Her younger sister Brielle Warren played volleyball at Purdue.
Ty Warren Career:
Ty started playing for a local club in Bryan. He played on the Bryan school team and then at Texas A&M University. Along with his degree, Ty played from 1999 to 2002 in the Texas A&M Aggies football team. He played in the defensive line in his career.
In 2003, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and his talent spotter were so impressed by Ty’s college performance that they made a full effort to get him at no. 13 in the 1st round of the 2003 NFL Draft. Ty played for the New England Patriots from 2003-2010. Ty played in 16 games in the 2003 season. He recorded 33 tackles and one sack. Ty collected his first career sack in the 1st quarter of the Patriots’ 19-13 when he sacked Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Fiedler.
In the 2004 season, Ty played in all 16 games. He was a starter at the defensive end for the Patriots. This season recorded 48 tackles and 3.5 sacks. In 2005 in all 16 games picked up 68 tackles and 1.5 sacks. Then in 2006, he improved and made a career-high record of 84 tackles (56 solos), one safety, and 7.5 sacks. 2007 he was elected as team captain before the season of that year, and in August, he signed a 5-year contract with the Patriots. In the 2007 season, Ty ranked 2nd in the team for tackles (83), quarterback hits (15), and fumble recoveries (3). Solely he made four sacks.
Ty’s 2008 and 2009 seasons faced his health issues. He had an injury, so he did 13 games in 2008 and completed the season with 41 tackles and two sacks. In 2009 he underwent surgery for a groin injury repair and surgery for a sports hernia injury also.
In a press conference in February 2008, Bill Belichick (Patriots head coach) praised Ty’s work attitude, ethic, and leadership qualities. Bill also added that Ty has only worked the hardest to improve since 2003. Ty then received an extension on his five-year contract.
Ty had a hip injury in a training camp and was placed on an injured reserve in 2010. On 29th July 2011, it was officially reported that Ty had been discharged from the New England Patriots. On 2nd August 2011, Ty signed with the Denver Broncos team. From 2011-2012 Ty missed all season due to his triceps injury. For the 2012 season, Ty tore his triceps again and did not play for that year also. After the 2012 season, Ty did not sign with any team.
From 2019 till the present, Ty Warren has been into coaching. He was a volunteer assistant for Detroit Lions (2019), WCF Minority Coaching Assistantship for Detroit Lions (2020), and Defensive line coach for Houston Gamblers to date.
Ty, in his career, made 376 total tackles, 20.5 Sacks, 4 Forced fumbles, and six fumble recoveries.
Ty Warren Social Appearance:
Ty joined Twitter at tywarren94 in 2011. He has 600 plus followers. He shares his life journey here, and he has started gaining more popularity in his profession on Twitter.
On Facebook, Ty has 3k Plus followers. His Facebook page is often used for official updates for his followers.
Ty Warren is an American defensive line football player. He faced many ups and downs in his life, but with his hard work, determination, and ethical qualities, he has achieved a milestone. He started with a penniless life, and today he is living a better life. He was a player for ten years, and currently, he is serving as a coach. The Warren family is full of athletics. We wish the Warrens all the best for the future.