Stevan Ridley

Football Player

Stevan Ridley was born in Natchez, Mississippi, United States on January 27th, 1989 and is the Football Player. At the age of 35, Stevan Ridley 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 27, 1989
United States
Place of Birth
Natchez, Mississippi, United States
35 years old
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$2.5 Million
American Football Player
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Stevan Ridley Life

Stevan Todd Ridley (born January 27, 1989) is an American football running back who is currently a free agent.

He played college football at LSU and was drafted by the New England Patriots in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft.

Ridley has also played for the New York Jets, Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos, Minnesota Vikings, and Pittsburgh Steelers.

With the Patriots, he won Super Bowl XLIX over the Seattle Seahawks.


Stevan Ridley Career

High school career

Ridley was born in Natchez, Mississippi. He attended Trinity Episcopal Day School in Natchez, where he played back and linebacker for the Trinity Episcopal Saints high school football team. He ran for 3,086 yards and 38 touchdowns as a senior in 2007. He also ran in track, with personal records of 11.25 seconds in the 100 meters and 23.42 seconds.

College career

Ridley debuted from 2008 to 2010. He rushed for 92 yards and a rushing touchdown as a freshman. He rushed for 180 yards and three rushing touchdowns as a sophomore. In the 2010 season, he played for a career-high of 1,147 yards and 15 touchdowns while also serving as a permanent team captain.

Professional career

Ridley was drafted in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft with the 73rd overall pick by the New England Patriots, a round after the Patriots drafted another running back, Shane Vereen, with the 56th overall pick.

In the Patriots' 31-19 victory over the Oakland Browns, Ridley scored his first NFL touchdown in Week 4 of his rookie season; he had 97 yards on ten runs (for an average of 9.7 yards per carry), with a 33-yard touchdown run and a three-yard touchdown catch. Overall, he had 87 passes for 441 yards and a touchdown in his rookie season.

Ridley had his best game of his early career in a 34-13 victory over the Tennessee Titans in the regular season opener. He had 125 yards on 21 runs and a touchdown, and he also grabbed three catches out of the backfield for 27 yards. He led Week 1 with 151 yards passing and one touchdown against the Denver Broncos in Week 5. After running up 1,263 total yards on 290 attempts in his second year, he was a dependable running back in the league, with 12 rushing touchdowns in his second season. His 82nd first down rushes ranked third in the league out of all NFL running backs. Ridley sustained a concussion while playing against the Baltimore Ravens on January 20, 2013, which resulted in a fumble and a turnover. The Patriots lost by a score of 13-30 to the Ravens.

After losing a fumble in the second half of the game, Ridley was suspended in the second half of the game. In the 23–21 victory over the Buffalo Bills, Ridley ran the ball nine times for 46 yards. Ridley, who had lost fumbles in three straight games, was a healthy scratch in the Patriots' Week 13 34–31 victory over the Houston Texans. Ridley's 2013 season was plagued by fumbling issues, but he had a field day with 178 passes for 773 yards and seven touchdowns. On the season, he had ten catches for 62 yards, the most in his career. Ridley led to his first postseason multi-touchdown appearance in the Patriots' 43–22 Divisional Round victory over the Indianapolis Colts, earning 14 times for 52 yards and two touchdowns.

On October 5, Ridley had his longest rush (43 yards) in his career against the Cincinnati Bengals. Ridley tore his anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament ligament ligament, which ended his season, during a week 637–22 victory over the Buffalo Bills. He had 340 passing yards and two rushing touchdowns in the 2014 season.

Ridley, despite being on injured reserve, was a member of the Patriots Super Bowl XLIX squad that defeated the defending champion Seattle Seahawks 28–24.

Ridley was signed by the New York Jets on April 13, 2015. Ridley appeared in eight games for the Jets, one of which was in the beginning, after missing the first half of the season due to a knee injury. He had 36 attempts for 90 yards on the season.

Ridley announced on April 5, 2016 that he had signed a one-year deal with the Detroit Lions. The Lions cut Ridley on August 25, 2016.

Ridley signed with the Indianapolis Colts on August 28, 2016. He was released by the team a week later on September 3.

The Atlanta Falcons signed Ridley on October 25, 2016. He appeared in a game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on November 3 and had three carries for seven yards. On November 23, 2016, he was released by the team.

The Denver Broncos signed Ridley on July 27, 2017. He was released on September 2, 2017.

Ridley signed with the Minnesota Vikings on October 5, 2017 after suffering from a season-ending injury to rookie Dalvin Cook. He was released by the Vikings on October 9, 2017.

Ridley signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers on December 19, 2017. He appeared in two games for the Steelers in the regular season and had 108 passing yards and a rushing touchdown.

Ridley re-signed with the Steelers on April 4, 2018. In the 2018 season, he had 29 passes for 80 yards and a rushing touchdown.


After being temporarily restricted to a wheelchair, Kevin Hart gives a VERY detailed account of how his injury has affected his manhood, August 25, 2023
After suffering himself in a run, Kevin Hart revealed that his penis resembles 'a thumb' and that his testicles 'look like my fists.' With disastrous results, the 44-year-old funnyman entered himself in competition against former NFL running back Stevan Ridley, 34. He revealed on Wednesday that he had 'tore my lower abdomen and my abductors are torn,' limiting him to a wheelchair for a brief period of time. In a recent Instagram post on Thursday, he confessed to some bodily harm that was not apparent to the general public. 'It's f***ing bad,' he yelled dolefully as he sat in a car next to his folded-up wheelchair.' 'Everything's swollen.' The balls were bad as hell.'

After the comedian claims that the run resulted in injuries that put him in a wheelchair, a video of Kevin Hart racing former NFL running back Stevan Ridley has surfaced, August 25, 2023
Since Kevin Hart decided to compete ex-NFL running back Stevan Ridley, a video of the incident that put him in a wheelchair was posted. You can see Hart pulling up early in the video before finishing line, implying that you're trying to build some muscle. Hart revealed that he injured his abdominal and abductor muscles in the aftermath of the attack and was forced to use a wheelchair as a result.

Tom Brady: Former NFL quarterback Stevan Ridley jokes that Kevin Hart's injury was to blame for Kevin Hart's injury after the comedian tore abdominal muscles racing him, August 25, 2023
Stevan Ridley, the former Super Bowl champion running back, has joked that Tom Brady caused the injury that forced beloved comedian Kevin Hart to be in a wheelchair. Hart recently revealed on Instagram that after attempting to race the eight-year NFL veteran, he suffered with torn abdominal muscles and abductors. Ridley eventually saw Hart's post which led to him reposting the video on his own Instagram story wit the caption: 'I SAW @TOMBRADY DO IT AT YOUR AGE SO I FIGURED YOU HAD THE JUICE TOO BIG BRO!'
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