In the National Football League, Kamren Curl plays for the Washington Commanders as strong safety. He stands 1.88 meters tall and weighs 90 kilograms. He played football and graduated from Muskogee High School as a three-star prospect. Over other scholarship offers, he chose the University of Arkansas.
He participated in football for the Arkansas Razorbacks while attending Arkansas. He started 12 games at cornerback as a true freshman and made 53 tackles and five pass breakups in 11 games as a safety his sophomore season. He had 76 tackles as a junior while also recording two interceptions and two sacks.
As the 216th overall choice in the 2020 NFL Draft, Curl was chosen by the Washington Commanders in the seventh round. July 2020 saw the signing of his four-year rookie deal. In a Week 14 matchup against the San Francisco 49ers, he caught his first interception of the season, which he later returned 76 yards for a touchdown.
In addition to 88 tackles, 2 quarterback sacks, 4 passes defended, and 3 interceptions, he had a successful season. Curl was forced to sit out the team’s Week 15 game against the Philadelphia Eagles after being added to the COVID-19 reserve list in December 2021. December 24, 2021 saw his return to the active roster.
Who Are Kamren Curl’s Parents?
Kamren Curl’s parents are Adrienne Curl, his mom and Greg Curl, his dad. His parents are his biggest fan and are often present at his games.