Denver Broncos wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland competes in the National Football League. He weighs 93 kilograms and has a height of 1.88 meters. In high school, he played football for Westfield High School. His college football career was spent playing for the Florida Gators at the University of Florida. As a rookie, he recorded a 98-yard touchdown reception.
The 2016 season saw him haul in 14 passes for 298 receiving yards and two touchdowns. He contributed significantly to a pivotal Southeastern Conference matchup between the Florida Gators and Tennessee Volunteers in 2017. Following the contest, he was given the SEC Player of the Week honor.
He had two receiving touchdowns, 410 receiving yards, and 22 receptions by the time the season was over. With 18 receptions for 212 receiving yards and three receiving touchdowns in the 2018 season, he had a successful campaign. In the 2019 campaign, he ended with 25 receptions for 351 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown.
Using the 252nd overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft’s seventh round, the Denver Broncos selected Cleveland. He was released by the Broncos in August 2021 and immediately re-signed to the practice squad. He received a promotion in January 2022 to the active roster. Prior to being released and re-signed to the practice squad on November 15, 2022, he made the Broncos’ final roster in 2022 and participated in six games.
Does Tyrie Cleveland Have Any Kids?
Tyrie Cleveland does not have any children of his own yet.