In the National Football League, Korey Cunningham is a member of the New York Giants. Standing 1.98 meters tall and weighing 141 kg is his stature. He represented the Montevallo High School team while a student there in football. He was rated three stars and one of the top 60 tight ends in the country by Scout.com and 247Sports.com.
For the Cincinnati Bearcats of the University of Cincinnati, he participated in collegiate football. His real rookie year was 2013, however he redshirted that year. In 2015, he participated in nine of the 12 games he started at left tackle. It was during this game when he made his first noteworthy game-related activity of 2016. He was chosen for the second American Athletic Conference team as a senior.
He participated in 33 games during his time at Cincinnati, starting 24 of them as a left tackle. The Arizona Cardinals selected Cunningham with the 254th overall pick in the seventh round of the 2018 NFL Draft. He signed his rookie contract in May 2018 and played his first regular-season game against the Oakland Raiders in Week 11. He was traded to the New England Patriots in August.
He was released by the Patriots in August. Cunningham joined the New York Giants practice squad in September 2021. The Giants re-signed him in March 2022, however due to a non-football ailment, they ended his contract in July 2022. He was added to the Giants’ practice squad in October 2022.
Does Korey Cunningham Have Any Kids?
Korey Cunningham is not yet a father as he has not children currently.