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Heath Evans

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Super Bowl XLIV Champion Heath Evans serves as an analyst for numerous NFL Network programs.

Evans is seen regularly weekdays on Total Access and is known for his sharp wit and honest commentary, and has never had a problem speaking his mind. Prior to landing at the NFL Network, Heath enjoyed a stellar 10-year NFL career, captivated by a Super Bowl Championship in 2010 with the New Orleans Saints, Super Bowl XLIV. He was the first fullback taken in the 2001 Draft, selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the third round, the 82nd overall pick. In addition to the Seahawks and Saints, Heath played for the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins.

A native of Florida, Heath was drafted to the NFL out of Auburn University. He average more than 4 yards per carry as a running back for the Tigers. He was a two-time All State high school tailback in West Palm Beach. Today, Heath resides in Southern California, with his wife and two daughters.

Along with working at the NFL Network, Heath is a game analyst for the NFL on FOX. He never gets tired of talking football and was tutored by two of the game’s best coaches, Bill Belichick and Sean Payton.

Over the duration of his career, Heath lent his name to several causes and community efforts. He is the founder of the Heath Evans Foundation, an organization that raises support and awareness for abused children.

Heath’s birthday is December 30th, notable because it’s also the same birthdate of Tiger Woods and Lebron James.

In the offseason he also travels the country delivering motivational speeches. He once told a group, "The game of football has taught me many valuable life lessons that I feel I have a duty to share with others because of the platform the NFL shield has given me. I firmly believe in the willingness to open up about my mistakes, as much so if not more than my successes. I believe humility is a man's greatest strengths and all championship teams, successful businesses, or exceptional people are built with humility at their core."

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