Aaron Brewer is a long snapper for the National Football League’s Arizona Cardinals. He stands 1.96 meters tall and weighs 105 kilograms. He played football while a student at Troy High School. At San Diego State University, where he was enrolled, he played college football for the San Diego State Aztecs team.
He participated in 13 games during his junior season and finished the campaign with five tackles. He participated in each of the season’s 12 games during his second season. In addition, he made four tackles throughout the entire season. He made one tackle and participated in 12 games during his first year. Brewer signed a non-drafted free agent contract with the Denver Broncos in May 2012.
In February 2016, he played for the Broncos, who won the Super Bowl 50. By a score of 24-10, the Broncos triumphed over the Panthers. The Broncos cut him go on March 8, 2016. The Chicago Bears offered him a one-year contract in the same month. The Arizona Cardinals acquired him in September of last year.
He injured his wrist in October 2017, which led to his being put on injured reserve. In December 2017, he was reinstated to the active roster after being placed on injured reserve. Brewer extended his deal with the Cardinals by four years in March 2018. In March 2022, he renewed his contract with the Cardinals for one year.
Does Aaron Brewer Have Any Kids?
Aaron Brewer is yet to have kids with his wife, Nicole.