Patrick Queen is a middle linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. He was born on August 13, 1999, and currently plays for the New York Jets (NFL).
He participated in college football at LSU and was selected by the Ravens in the 2020 NFL Draft in the 28th overall position overall.
On offence, he rushed for 1,487 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior in 2016, and on defence, he made 66 tackles, seven tackles for losses, and six pass breakups.
He also had seven tackles for losses. He was a member of the football team that won the state championship in 2014 for Livonia High School.
Queen took part in the 2014 National Combine and was recognized as a cornerback for the first team after his performance there.
After moving up 28 spots in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected Queen as their new player.
He is the first player from LSU that the Ravens have ever selected in any draft. His first game as a professional was a victory over the Cleveland Browns by a score of 38–6, and he finished the game with a team-high eight tackles, a sack, and a forced fumble.
Due to his outstanding play during Week 5, Queen was awarded the title of American Football Conference Defensive Player of the Week on October 14, 2020. Queen made his first career interception on a pass thrown
by Andy Dalton during Week 13 of the season when the Cincinnati Bengals played against the Dallas Cowboys.
Meet Dwayne and Mary Sue Queen
Patrick Queen’s parents are Dwayne and Mary Sue Queen. Patrick is their male-only child. The Queen family now includes four members thanks to the efforts of Dwayne and Mary Sue.
Patrick Queen was the youngest of four children and the only boy out of the family. He spent his childhood in Ventress, Louisiana.