In the National Football League, Brett Rypien plays quarterback for the Denver Broncos. He stands 1.88 m tall and weighs 92 kg. He went to Shadle Park High School, where he played quarterback all four years of high school. By the time he graduated, he had broken Kellen Moore’s single-season and career records for passing yards and touchdowns as well as the career marks for passing yards and pass completions in Washington State.
He received valedictorian honors and graduated from Shadle Park early with a 4.0GPA. He committed to Boise State University in April 2014 and began attending in January 2015. He was a four-star recruit coming out of high school, according to both Rivals and Scout.
As a member of the Boise State Broncos, he played collegiate football there. In terms of passing yards, completions, and 300-yard passing games, he concluded his collegiate career as the Mountain West Conference’s all-time leader. His passing yards total also made him the FBS top. In the months after the NFL Draft, in April 2019, Rypien signed a free agent contract with the Denver Broncos. When the Broncos released him in September 2020, he was immediately added to the practice squad.
His promotion to the active roster happened on September 25, 2020. The following day, Rypien was re-signed to the practice squad after being released by the Broncos on August 31, 2021. His promotion to the active roster occurred on September 28, 2021.
How Many Siblings Does Brett Rypien Have?
Brett Rypien has two big sisters. Their names are Keara Rypien and Brigid Rypien.