Kenyan Drake

Football Player

Kenyan Drake was born in Powder Springs, Georgia, United States on January 26th, 1994 and is the Football Player. At the age of 30, Kenyan Drake biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 26, 1994
United States
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Powder Springs, Georgia, United States
30 years old
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American Football Player
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Kenyan Drake Life

Kenyan Drake (born January 26, 1994) is an American football running back and kick returner for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL).

He played college football at Alabama.

Drake was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft.

Early years

Drake attended Hillgrove High School in Powder Springs, Georgia. He played football at Hillgrove. As a senior, he rushed for 1,610 yards with 18 touchdowns and was named the Gatorade Football Player of the Year for Georgia. He was rated as a four-star recruit by He received offers from Alabama, Georgia, and Georgia Tech. He committed to the University of Alabama to play college football.


Kenyan Drake Career

College career

Drake played college football for the University of Alabama from 2012 to 2015 under head coach Nick Saban.

Drake appeared in 12 games as a back-up to Eddie Lacy and T. J. Yeldon as a true freshman in 2012. He had a 32-yard rushing touchdown against Western Kentucky on September 8. He carried for 281 yards on 42 attempts with five touchdowns in the 2012 season.

Drake played in 11 games as the back-up to Yeldon as a freshman in 2013. He had 99 passing yards and a running touchdown against Ole Miss on September 28, both against Ole Miss. He had 106 running yards, two running touchdowns, and three receptions for 44 yards against Kentucky on October 12. Against Arkansas, he finished with 104 passing yards and two rushing touchdowns. He ran for 694 yards on 92 attempts, eight touchdowns, and touchdowns on 12 plays, as well as a touchdown.

Drake played in only five games in 2014 due to a broken leg sustained against Ole Miss on October 4.

Drake recovered from his knee injury in 2015 during his senior year. He appeared in 13 games as a back-up to Derrick Henry, but he missed two due to a broken arm. He had 77 passing yards, one running touchdown, and 48 passing yards in the season opener against Wisconsin. He had 40 rushing yards, 91 receiving yards, and a receiving touchdown in the next game against Middle Tennessee State. Drake finished with 408 yards on 77 passes for a touchdown on one touchdown and 29 receivers for 276 yards and a touchdown. In the fourth quarter, Alabama defeated Clemson 45–40. He returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown.

Professional career

In the 2016 NFL Draft, Drake was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the third round, 73rd overall. He was the third candidate to be selected this year.

Drake made his NFL debut in the Seattle Seahawks' 12–10 loss in the season's opener on December 11th. On a seven-yard rush in the fourth quarter, he scored his first professional rushing touchdown against the New England Patriots. In the 27–23 victory, he had a 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against the New York Jets on November 6, a 96-yard victory. He appeared in all 16 games as a rookie, rushing for 179 yards and two touchdowns.

After being traded to the Philadelphia Eagles in 2017 for a fourth round pick, Drake was named the second running back behind Miami's Damien Williams after starting the season third on the depth chart. Drake was named the starting running back after suffering an injury to Williams in Week 12. In a 35–9 victory over the Denver Broncos, he rushed for a season-high 120 yards and a touchdown on Week 13. He totaled 193 yards from scrimmage against the New England Patriots in Week 14, his scrimmage was crucial in the Dolphins' 27-20 upset victory. Drake and teammate Jarvis Landry were banned from the game in the aftermath of a scuffle against the Bills in Week 17, in which he grabbed and tossed a Bills player's helmet. Drake had 644 yards on the ground and three touchdowns with six starts, but there were three touchdowns on the ground and three touchdowns.

Drake had 210 passing yards and one rushing touchdown in the first six games of the Dolphins' 2018 season, leading to 21 receiving yards and a touchdown. In Week 8, he had rushing and a receiving touchdown. Drake was part of the Miracle in Miami in Week 14 against the New England Patriots. The Dolphins had the ball at their own 31-yard line when trailing by five points with seven seconds to go. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw a pass over the middle that was spotted by wide receiver Kenny Stills, who later moved the ball to the right side of the field that was not blocked by DeVante Parker at midfield. Parker won the game 34–33 after giving the ball to Drake, who ran the ball 52 yards for a touchdown. He had 535 passing yards and four rushing touchdowns to go along with 53 receptions for 477 receiving yards and five touchdowns. This will be his last full season in Miami as he was traded to the Arizona Cardinals before the trade deadline.

Drake had 47 passes for 174 rushing yards and 22 receptions for 174 receiving yards in six games with the Dolphins in the 2019 season.

Drake was traded to the Arizona Cardinals for a conditional sixth-round pick, which became Miami's first fifth-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Drake scored 110 yards against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 9, his first game with the Cardinals, defeating the Cardinals 25-30. Drake rushed 22 times for 137 yards and four touchdowns against the Cleveland Browns in Week 15 during the 38–24 victory. Drake rushed 24 times for 166 yards and two touchdowns, one of an 80-yard touchdown, as the Cardinals defeated the Seattle Seahawks on Week 16, defeating the Seattle Seahawks. Drake also had 817 passing yards and eight touchdowns in the 2019 season, as well as 50 receptions for 345 yards.

On March 16, 2020, the Cardinals unveiled the transition tag on Drake. On March 27, 2020, he signed the tender for one-year, $8.483 million.

Drake rushed for 60 yards and his first rushing touchdown of the season in Week 1 against the San Francisco 49ers. In the 38–10 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, he had 20 carries for 164 passing yards and two rushing touchdowns. Drake rushed for 100 yards against the Buffalo Bills in Week 10 during a 32-30 victory, which would later be referred to as Hail Murray. In Week 12, he had 22 passes for 78 yards and two rushing touchdowns against the New England Patriots. Drake finished the 2020 season with 239 rushing yards and ten rushing touchdowns.

Drake agreed to a two-year, $14.5 million contract with the Las Vegas Raiders on March 19, 2021. He was put on injured reserve on December 8, with a broken right ankle injury while playing against the Washington Football Team in Week 13. Drake finished the 2021 season with 63 attempts for 254 passing yards and two rushing touchdowns, as well as 30 receptions for 291 receiving yards and one touchdown.

Drake was released by the Raiders on August 23, 2022, when he first appeared on August 23, 2022.

Drake signed with the Baltimore Ravens on August 31, 2022. Drake had 119 passing yards and one rushing touchdown against the New York Giants in Week 6, defeating the 24-20 victory.


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