Alex and Donna Firkser welcomed Anthony Firkser into the world in Englishtown, New Jersey. He is Jewish, and the Manalapan temple where he had his bar mitzvah was home to him and his family, including his brothers Josh and Thomas.
Anthony Paul Firkser, a tight end for the National Football League’s Atlanta Falcons, was born on February 19, 1995. (NFL). He was an undrafted free agent who signed with the New York Jets in 2017 after playing college football at Harvard University. Firkser was a member of the Kansas City Chiefs practice squad for a while.
Starting from high school, Firkser participated in multiple sports at Manalapan High School. Firkser played point guard in basketball and averaged 21.3 points and 7.6 assists per contest. With 1,362 points, he concluded his career ranked second in school history.
Firkser was selected as the Shore Conference Co-Player of the Year during his senior season by the Shore Basketball Coaches. In addition, he made the all-state team and was selected as the Shore Conference ‘A’ North Division Offensive Player of the Year.
How Good Is Anthony Firkser?
In 2020, when Smith was still the Titans’ offensive coordinator, Firkser had his best year. He recorded 39 catches for 387 yards with a 9.8-yard catch average. He was released from Tennessee, and perhaps it was one of the factors in his decision to sign with Atlanta in the offseason.
What Happened To Anthony Firkser?
The Falcons released Firkster during the last round of roster cuts, although he later joined the practice squad. He will now be ready to fill in as tight end for the injured Kyle Pitts, a second-year sensation.