Tyrone Mathieu and Sheila Mathieu are Tyrann Mathieu’s adopted parents.

Tyrann Devine Mathieu is an American football safety who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL).

He was a member of the Louisiana State University football team (LSU). He earned the moniker “the Honey Badger” after the mammal of the same name.

Tyrann set a Southeastern Conference (SEC) record with 11 career forced fumbles and earned the nickname “the Honey Badger” after the mammal of the same name.

Tyrann Mathieu has named a consensus All-American in his sophomore season, won the Chuck Bednarik Award for the greatest defensive player in college football, and was a Heisman Trophy nominee. After that season, Mathieu was removed from the LSU football program for violating team rules.

After taking a year off from football in 2012, he was picked in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals, reuniting him with former college teammate Patrick Peterson in the defensive backfield.

He was chosen to the PFWA All-Rookie Team as a rookie. He was named to the Pro Bowl in 2015 and received first-team All-Pro honors. He’s also a former member of the Houston Texans.

Who are Tyrann Mathieu’s Adopted Parents?

Mathieu’s biological mother was absent for the majority of his childhood, and his biological father, Darrin Hayes, has spent the majority of Mathieu’s life behind bars for murder. In 1997, after his grandfather passed away, Mathieu was adopted by his uncle, Tyrone Mathieu, and his aunt, Sheila Mathieu, who raised him until now.


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