In the National Football League, Dallas Cowboys linebacker Luke Gifford is a player. He is 110 kg and has a height of 1.91 m. At Lincoln Southeast High School, he participated in both tight end and safety positions for the football team. As a sophomore, he assisted the squad in winning the state championship in 2011. In his junior year, he was selected to the All-Nebraska second team.
The University of Nebraska offered him a football scholarship after high school, which he accepted. In football, he played for the University of Nebraska’s Nebraska Cornhuskers. During his redshirt freshman season, he played in 6 games and made 7 tackles. During his four games as a backup as a sophomore, he only made one assisted tackle.
He started seven games as an outside linebacker in his junior year. He participated in all 12 of the games as a senior and recorded 62 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, 7 quarterback hurries, and one forced fumble. Following the 2019 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys signed Gifford as an undrafted free agent. He participated in 8 games in 2020, largely on special teams.
Due to a hamstring strain, he was listed as out for the first game of the season. He was required to sit out Weeks 12 and 13 after the NFL fined him two games in November 2020 for breaking the league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. He re-signed with the Cowboys in March 2022 on a one-year deal.
Luke Gifford’s Parents: Meet Sam and Shannon Gifford
Luke Gifford was born to parents, Sam and Shannon Gifford. There is nothing else known about them as they keep a low profile.