Kamren Curl plays football professionally as strong safety for the National Football League’s Washington Commanders. At 1.88 meters tall, he weighs 90 kg. He played football and was a three-star recruit after graduating from Muskogee High School. Among other scholarship offers, he decided to attend the University of Arkansas. He was a football player for the Arkansas Razorbacks while attending Arkansas.
When he switched to safety for his sophomore season, he had already made 12 starts at cornerback as a true freshman. During that time, he had made 53 tackles and five pass breakups in 11 games. He recorded two interceptions, two sacks, and 76 tackles as a junior.
The 216th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft went to the Washington Commanders, who chose Curl in the seventh round. In July 2020, he committed to a four-year rookie deal. Against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 14, he made his first career interception, which he also returned 76 yards for a touchdown.
He had 3 interceptions, 88 tackles, 2 quarterback sacks, 4 passes defended, and other stats at the end of the season. Curl was forced to miss Week 15’s contest against the Philadelphia Eagles after being added to the team’s COVID-19 reserve list in December 2021. On December 24, 2021, he was reinstated to the active roster.
How Much Does Kamren Curl Make?
Kamren Curl makes $895,000 as salary.