Lee Evans is a former American professional football player with a net worth of fourteen million. Lee Evans was created in Bedford, in 1981, Ohio, and had college football in the Midwest for the Faculty of Wisconsin Badgers. Evans earned first team All Big 10 honors in 2001 and 2003 and was part of the 2000 Academic All Big 10 team. Evans with the 13th overall pick of the first round during the 2004 NFL Draft was drafted by the buffalo bills. Evans made his professional debut the same year of Buffalo and also played with the Bills until 2010. He then had in Baltimore with the Ravens during the 2011 season prior to landing an offseason agreement with the Jacksonville Jaguars in front of the 2012 season. Evans didn't match up to get a regular season game with the Jags and announced the retirement of his from professional football shortly after. To date, he's amassed 381 receptions for 6,008 career yards and forty three receiving touchdowns. Evans became the first player in the story of the NFL to score 2 touchdowns of more than eighty yards within a quarter of one game, that he achieved during the 2006 season with the Ravens in a game from the Houston Texans. Evans has one son, Lee Evans IV, with the wife of his, Miranda Farr.
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