16 Facts About Brandon Stokley


Brandon Ray Stokley was born on June 23,1976 and is a former American football wide receiver and current radio personality.

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Brandon Stokley was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round of the 1999 NFL Draft.

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Brandon Stokley played college football at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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Brandon Stokley played wide receiver under his father from 1994 to 1997, with Jake Delhomme as quarterback through the 1996 season.

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Brandon Stokley attended Comeaux High School and was a letterman in football, basketball, and baseball.

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In football, Brandon Stokley won All-District 3-A honors, All-Parish honors, All-Acadiana honors, and All-State Class 5-A honors.

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In basketball, Brandon Stokley averaged 14 points a game and won All-District honors.

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Brandon Stokley is the all-time UL Lafayette leader in passes caught at 241, reception yardage at 3,702 and touchdown receptions with 25.

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Brandon Stokley was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens out of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, then named the University of Southwestern Louisiana, in the fourth round of the 1999 NFL Draft.

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On December 26,2004, Brandon Stokley received the record-breaking 21-yard touchdown pass for Peyton Manning in the hunt to break Dan Marino's record of 48 touchdown passes in a season.

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Brandon Stokley earned his second Super Bowl ring after the Colts won Super Bowl XLI against the Chicago Bears, even though he wasn't able to play in the game due to injury.

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Brandon Stokley attributed the clock-burning run to having done so in video games "probably hundreds of times", and it can be seen in the introduction of Madden NFL 11.

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In those games, Brandon Stokley was the leading receiver for Seattle, catching four passes for 73 yards and a touchdown against New Orleans and 8 catches for 86 yards and a touchdown against Chicago.

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Brandon Stokley was later cut by the Seahawks after the 2011 lockout ended.

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Brandon Stokley went on to have one of his most productive seasons in several years, ending the year with 45 receptions, 544 receiving yards, and 5 touchdowns.

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Brandon Stokley suffered a concussion in a Week 14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings and was placed on injured reserve, ending his season.

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