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Trent Dilfer Speaker Fees

Trent Dilfer Agent

Category:

Broadcasters, Christian Athletes, Football

Title:

Retired Quarterback, Baltimore Ravens & Tampa Bay Buccaneers/ESPN NFL Analyst

Travels From:

California

Fee Range:

$10,001 - $20,000

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Trent Dilfer Booking Agency Profile

Call PFP Sports Talent Agency at 1.800.966.1380 if you would like to contact a Trent Dilfer booking agent for a speaking engagement, personal appearance, product endorsement or corporate event. Trent Dilfer is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League. He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sixth overall in the 1994 NFL Draft and went on to play for the Baltimore Ravens, Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers.

Dilfer played collegiately at Fresno State, was the starting quarterback on the Super Bowl XXXV champion Baltimore Ravens and was selected to the 1997 Pro Bowl as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He currently serves as an NFL analyst for ESPN.

At Fresno State, Dilfer helped the Bulldogs win or share the conference title for three straight seasons while starting in two bowl games. In his junior season, Dilfer led the nation in pass efficiency en route to being named the WAC Offensive Player of the Year. He would then forgo his senior season to declare himself eligible for the 1994 NFL Draft.

Dilfer's professional football career began when he was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with their 1st pick in the 1994 NFL Draft (6th overall). Enlisted as the starter in his second year after seeing spot duty in his rookie year, Dilfer struggled mightily, throwing only four touchdowns with 18 interceptions. The following season, he dramatically improved his touchdown production but remained turnover prone throwing 19 picks.

The following season, Dilfer was selected to the Pro Bowl as the addition of Warrick Dunn and the emergence of Mike Alstott helped the Bucs’ offensive production. While with the Bucs, he won more games than any other quarterback in franchise history, was the first Bucs quarterback to be named to the Pro Bowl and led the franchise to its first playoff appearance in 15 years.

Dilfer signed with the Ravens in March of 2000 and became the backup for Tony Banks. The Ravens replaced Banks with Dilfer after the team’s offense got off to a slow start and failed to reach the endzone in four weeks. Dilfer’s impact wasn’t immediate, as the Ravens lost the following week, but that trend wouldn’t last long. The Ravens wouldn’t lose another game, would finish 12-4, and went on to defeat the New York Giants 35-7 in Super Bowl XXXV.

Dilfer was not retained by the Ravens as he signed a back-up deal with the Seattle Seahawks in 2001. He filled in for an injured Matt Hasselbeck and pushed the Seahawks to the brink of the playoffs but fell short on a tiebreaker. Unsure of Hasselbeck’s health, the Seahawks resigned Dilfer the following season. He was slated as the starter going in but was injured in a preseason game and lost the starting job to Hasselbeck. The following two seasons saw Dilfer act as mentor to Hasselbeck as the young quarterback led an emerging Seahawks team.

Dilfer finished his career playing for the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers as a veteran presence for their young quarterbacks. After suffering an offseason injury, Dilfer announced his retirement in July of 2008.

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