DaMarcus Fields is a professional football cornerback with the National Football League’s Washington Commanders. His height is 1.83 meters, and he weighs 91 kilograms. He played high school football and went to Taylor High School. For the Texas Tech Red Raiders football team at Texas Tech University, he participated in collegiate football.
He redshirted and did not participate as a freshman before starting all 13 games as a cornerback in 2017. He finished fifth on the team with a total of 51 tackles, two fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles, and one interception. His overall number of fumble recoveries ranked 26th nationally and tops in the conference.
In all, he finished his college career with 224 tackles, 13.5 for loss, 4 forced fumbles and 4 recoveries, 4 interceptions, and 45 passes deflected. Following the 2022 NFL Draft, Fields and the New Orleans Saints came to a free agent agreement. On September 1, he was reinstated to the practice squad after being fired on August 30.
He made his NFL debut in the game against the Carolina Panthers in week three, after being added to the active roster. He was reinstated to the practice squad following the game. He was added to the roster on September 28 but was later taken off on October 4, 2022. He agreed to sign up for the Washington Commanders’ training camp on October 26, 2022.
Where Is DaMarcus Fields From?
DaMarcus Fields is from Taylor in Texas in the United States of America.