Jordan Howard

Birth Day November 2nd, 1994
Birth Place Gardendale, Alabama
Age 29 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio

Eagles trade for Jordan Howard, send 2020 draft pick to Chicago Bears

The Eagles found their running back for next season by acquiring Jordan Howard from the Chicago Bears on Thursday for a 2020 draft pick, addressing a position of need without paying a hefty price. The draft pick is a sixth-rounder that could become a fifth-rounder. Howard is under contract for only one more season at $2.025 million, but it’s not an expensive salary, and it allows the Eagles to avoid paying a big contract in free agency or losing out on a compensatory pick. The Eagles did not address running back during the initial wave of free agency, but top executive Howie Roseman cautioned against panic when asked about it on Monday. He noted how the Eagles have six months before they play a game and that they won a Super Bowl in 2017 with three running backs who were added after the draft.

Early Life, Birth Facts, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Education, And More

On 2nd November 1994, Jordan Howard was born in Gardendale, Alabama with the birth name of Jordan Reginald Howard. He was born to parents Flora Williams and Dr. Reginald Bernard Howard. He lost his father in 2007 to pulmonary fibrosis. Regarding his siblings, he has a younger brother named Markus. His birth sign is Scorpio. His religion is Christian. At present, his age is 24 but his age will be 25 on his upcoming birthday in November 2 as of 2019. His nationality is American and his ethnicity is Mixed. Regarding his education, he attended Gardendale High School and Indiana College. 

Body Measurements (Height, Weight, And More)

Jordan is a very handsome player with cool attitude. His body build is Athletic. He has a tall height of 1.83 m and balanced weight of 224 lb or 102 Kg. His other body measurement will be updated soon. He has got a very charming smile on his lips attracting a lot of people towards him. 

Career (Beginning-Present) of Jordan

  • In 2013, Jordan began his college football career at UAB and made his debut against LSU.
  • He finished the 2013 season with 881 rushing yards.
  • He was transferred to Indiana prior to the 2015 season and he rushed for a season-high 238 yards and two touchdowns against Michigan on 14th November 2015.
  • He declared for the 2016 NFL Draft on 27th December 2015. 
  • He was ranked as the third-best running back in the draft by 
  • He was selected by The Chicago Bears in the fifth round (150th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft. 
  • The Bears signed him to a four-year, $2.58 million contract with a signing bonus of $248,022 on 9th May 2016. 
  • He made his professional regular season debut in the Chicago Bears' second game of the season against the Philadelphia Eagles after Carey suffered a hamstring injury. 
  • He was named the Bears' starting running back after Langford suffered an ankle injury.
  • He earned his first career start against the Detroit Lions and finished the game with 23 carries for 111 rushing yards and three catches for 29 yards as the Bears won 17-14 on 2nd October 2016. 
  • He joined Gale Sayers as the only Bears rookie running backs to make the Pro Bowl. 
  • He shared the Bears' backfield with Tarik Cohen in the 2017 season. 
  • He finished out the 2017 season with 90 rushing yards combined over the last three games.
  • He racked up 82 rushing yards and 25 receiving yards in the season-opening 24–23 loss to the Green Bay Packers on 9th September 2018. 
  • The Bears won the NFC North and earned the #3-seed for the NFC Playoffs.
  • He was traded to the Eagles for a conditional sixth-round pick in 2020 that may become a fifth-round pick on 28th March 2019. 

Married, Unmarried or In A Relationship, Sexual Orientation

Talking about Jordan's personal life, he may be married or unmarried or in a relationship. He has not mentioned anything about his private life to the media. Also, there are no rumors of Jordan dating with any other lady. His sexual orientation is straight. 

Net Worth, Salary, Source of Earning

Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard has career earnings of $1.87M over three seasons, which ranks 2383rd among active NFL players entering 2018. He earned $602K in 2017, which ranked 71st among RBs and 1099th overall in the NFL. His source of earning is from his football career. 

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