For the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League, Lachavious Simmons plays offensive tackle and guard in American football. He is 1.96 m tall and 143 kg in weight. He played football while he was a student at Selma High School. At Tennessee State University, he participated in collegiate football for the Tennessee State Tigers football team. As a junior, he started six games as left guard.
In 2019, he made 12 starts at left guard and left tackle, contributing to an offense that gained more than 400 yards per game on average. He was chosen for the first team of the Ohio Valley Conference. In addition, he took part in the Hula Bowl all-star game. In the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears selected Simmons with the 227th overall choice.
With a four-year rookie contract, he agreed to join the team in July 2021. During the final cuts in September, he was taken off the roster, but the following day, he was added to the practice squad. He was included in the players’ list on November 3, 2020. After putting him on the COVID-19 list and reserve list, the team activated him in November 2020.
When he was cut by the Bears in August 2022, he immediately joined the practice squad. The organization fired him on September 12, 2022. Simmons registered on September 20, 2022, to join the Arizona Cardinals’ practice squad.
Does Lachavious Simmons Have Any Kids?
Lachavious Simmons has no children currently.