Bashaud Breeland Biography, Age, stats, Packers, Net Worth, Injury, contract And News

Bashaud Breeland Biography

Bashaud Breeland is an American professional Football player who plays in the National Football League (NFL). As of 2019, Bashaud Breeland currently plays for the Green Bay Packers as their Cornerback. Previously, he played for Washington Redskins from 2014-2017.

Bashaud Breeland Age

He is 27 years old as of 2019. He was born on 30 January 1992, in Allendale, South Carolina, United States

Bashaud Breeland Early years

Breeland attended Allendale-Fairfax High School in Allendale, South Carolina, where he played football and basketball and ran track. In football, he played quarterback and defensive back. He was an All-state selection by The State and All-Atlantic Region team member by PrepStar.

As a junior, he had 95 rushes for 789 yards with 12 touchdowns on offense and totaled 76 tackles on defense. He led the Tigers to a 10–2 record as a senior after rushing for 1,270 yards and 15 touchdowns. He was also a starter on the basketball team.

In track & field, Breeland won the state title in the 400m hurdles as a sophomore and junior and helped his team reach the state title in track as a junior. He captured two state titles at the 2010 SCHSL State Championships, winning the 110m hurdles (15.06s) and the 400m hurdles (54.78s).

He earned a tenth-place finish in the 300m hurdles at the 2010 Bob Hayes Invitational at 40.69 seconds. He was also timed at 4.41 in the 40-yard dash and posted a 280-pound bench press and 450-pound squat.

Bashaud Breeland Recruiting

Regarded as a three-star recruit by, Breeland was regarded as the No. 22 safety in the nation and No. 6 player in South Carolina by, and the No. 56 safety in the nation by He chose Clemson over Penn State, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech.

Bashaud Breeland College career

Breeland attended Clemson University from 2010 to 2013. He finished his career with 136 tackles, three sacks, and six interceptions. He entered the 2014 NFL Draft after his junior season.

Bashaud Breeland Wife, Married, Personal Life

Unlike his professional career, the details about his relationship status are currently unavailable. He is believed to be unmarried and is living a single life currently

He has not posted any photo of a girl on his Instagram so, he probably is single. Also, there are records of his past affair, girlfriend or wife.

Further, he seems to be focused on his career and this might be the reason not to be involved in love affairs. Talking about his body measurement, the Famous NFL star is 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) in height and weighs around 195 lb (88 kg).

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Bashaud Breeland Net Worth and Salary

As of 2019, Bashaud Breeland has an estimated net worth of over $2.5 million and earns an annual salary of $740,588.

He signed a 1 year, $880,000 contract, including a $90,000 signing bonus, $90,000 guaranteed with Green Bay Packers in 2018. Further, the NFL player has an average salary of $880,000 annually whereas Aaron Rodgers is among the highest earner of the team with an annual salary of $33,500,000.

Bashaud Breeland contract and earnings,

YEAR          TEAM                              SALARY
2014     Washington Redskins           $1,136,905
2015     Washington Redskins           $685,310
2016    Washington Redskins           $776,681
2017    Washington Redskins           $1,797,000
2018     Green Bay Packers                $740,588
Additionally, Bashaud Breeland so far has made earnings of $5,136,484 from his entire NFL career.

Bashaud Breeland Professional career

Washington Redskins
The Washington Redskins selected Breeland in the fourth round (102nd overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft. He was the tenth cornerback drafted in 2014.

2014 season
On May 16, 2014, the Washington Redskins signed Breeland to a four-year, $2.70 million contract that includes a signing bonus of $486,000. He became a starter following a season-ending injury to DeAngelo Hall early in the season. In the Week 7 win against the Tennessee Titans, he recorded his first career interception on quarterback Charlie Whitehurst.

He had a breakout performance in the Week 8 win against the Dallas Cowboys. He covered starting wide receiver Dez Bryant, limiting him to only three receptions, forced DeMarco Murray to fumble which was recovered by safety Brandon Meriweather, and broke up a pass on fourth down sealed the Redskins’ overtime victory.

In the Week 16 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, he intercepted quarterback Mark Sanchez late in the fourth quarter to help seal the Redskins victory. Read also T. J. Yeldon

2015 season
On July 31, 2015, the second day of training camp, it was announced that Breeland would be suspended for the first game of the 2015 season for the citation he was given by Virginia Commonwealth University police for possession of marijuana on August 11, 2014.

On exactly the same day, he was injured during camp practice and was carted off the field. It was later announced that he sprained his MCL with a recovery period of four to six weeks and would not participate for the rest of training camp. In Week 5, he recorded his first interception of the season against Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan.

In Week 6, Breeland had a solid performance against the New York Jets, having recorded one interception, one forced fumble, and two fumble recoveries.

2016 season
Despite having a difficult time covering wide receiver Antonio Brown in the Week 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Breeland recorded his first interception of the season against Ben Roethlisberger.

In the Week 16 win, he recorded two interceptions on Chicago Bears quarterback Matt Barkley, which made him the first Redskins player since Fred Smoot in 2001 to start his career recording multiple interceptions in three consecutive seasons.

2017 season
Breeland recorded the first interception of the 2017 season against quarterback Kellen Clemens in the Week 14 game against the Los Angeles Chargers, which he returned for 96 yards for a touchdown.

Following the season, Breeland became an unrestricted free agent. On March 16, 2018, Breeland agreed to terms with the Carolina Panthers on a three-year, $24 million contract, including $11 million in guaranteed money.

However, He failed his physical having cut his foot while on a visit to the Dominican Republic that later became infected; the contract was therefore voided and became a free agent again.

Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers signed Breeland on September 25, 2018, after placing Davon House on injured reserve.

Breeland’s first game as a Packer was a 17–31 loss to the New England Patriots in Week 9, after missing several weeks to learn the playbook. In Week 10, against the Miami Dolphins, Breeland recorded his first interception of the season off Brock Osweiler.

He injured his groin in Week 11 against the Seattle Seahawks and missed the next two games. Breeland would return in the Week 14 game against the Atlanta Falcons, where he recorded a 22-yard interception return touchdown off Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, while also having a fumble recovery in the same game that helped seal a 34–20 win for the Packers.

Kansas City Chiefs
On March 18, 2019, Breeland signed a one-year contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Bashaud Breeland Injury

Bashaud Breeland Fails Physical Due to Injury, Contract with Panthers off

Cornerback Bashaud Breeland will not be signing with the Carolina Panthers after failing his physical, according to Max Henson of the team’s website.

Breeland failed his physical because of a non-football injury.

According to Ian Rapoport of, “Breeland cut his foot in a non-football injury and it got infected, a source said. He is now a few months away from being able to pass a physical.”

David Newton of added that Breeland “cut the back of his left foot while in the Dominican Republic on March 4th. Said he will need to have skin grafted to repair the injury as he did when first injured in the fourth grade. He didn’t believe the injury to be serious, that he could still walk on it.

He said it never was an issue through high school, college or while with [Washington].”Breeland, 26, had reportedly agreed to a three-year, $24 million deal that included $11 million in guaranteed money with the Panthers. Now, however, he could find himself going several months before he lands with a new team.

The news puts one of the better corners in this year’s free agency back on the market. Grant Paulsen of 106.7 The Fan called him a “terrific No. 2 cornerback” and added, “He’s physical, has ball skills and he can cover. Needs to clean up inconsistencies. Will grow up and mature on and off the field. I’d bet on his skills.”

Breeland has registered 271 tackles and eight interceptions in his four-year NFL career. Pro Football Focus gave him a grade of 79.0 in the 2017 season, 59th at his position.

For the Panthers, meanwhile, the news leaves the team again seeking help at the position. Breeland’s signing was set to address that need after Daryl Worley was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Bashaud Breeland Packers

The Packers’ defensive backfield had up-and-down against the Patriots. Bashaud Breeland struggled in coverage against the Patriots receivers. Second-round rookie Josh Jackson. on the other hand, showed a lot of promise as the slot corner. Jackson broke up two passes and made two tackles in the passing game.

The Packers may have had two sacks on Sunday night, but the pass-rush was lacking against Brady for the rest of the game. Part of that was due to the quick passing game of Brady limiting the pass-rush, but when Brady did hold the ball, it often felt like he a significant amount of time in the pocket to make plays.

The game was tied at 17 going into the fourth quarter when running back Aaron Jones fumbled, squandering the ball and any positive momentum they had for the rest of the game. Jones was playing well up to that point, averaging over five yards per carrying. It was a versatile offensive attack from the Packers until late in the fourth quarter when they had to abandon the run game.

Rodgers made some big throws, most of which came his usual way by scrambling around the pocket. He ended with 259 yards passing on 24 completions and two touchdown passes but was careless while scrambling from the pocket at times and fumbled twice. He connected with rookie Marquez Valdes-Scantling on two big plays late in the fourth quarter, giving him 1receivinging yards on the night.

Bashaud Breeland Practice

Bashaud Breeland News

Chiefs signed CB Bashaud Breeland, formerly of the Packers, to a one-year contract.
The contract is worth a “max” of $5 million. Breeland originally signed a three-year deal with the Panthers last offseason, but a failed physical sent him back to the market.

He flirted with several teams including the Chiefs before landing in Green Bay, where he played 330 snaps. Breeland is no better than an average starter, but the Chiefs are extremely thin at corner.Mar 18, 2019, 12:13 PM ET

Randall Cobb, Bashaud Breeland ranked among top 100 free agents


Published: Feb 25/2019

When it comes down to it, there’s not too many pending free agents the Green Bay Packers will re-sign. However, there could be two free agents the Packers may want to consider bringing back in 2019.

Sports Illustrated recently released its ranking of the top 100 free agents of 2019 and WR Randall Cobb came in at No. 43 while CB Bashaud Breeland came in at No. 94. They were the only two Packers to make the list.

Here’s a look at what Andy Benoit of Sports Illustrated had to say about Cobb.

“In 2014, he had 1,287 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns and we buckled up for his ride to greatness. But that year was the outlier—in his other seven seasons he has battled injuries and averaged 605 yards.”

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Cobb attended the NFL Honors award show in Atlanta during Super Bowl Week and he was asked about the latest updates on him becoming a free agent on Mar. 13. Cobb said he won’t know what’s going to happen until free agency gets closer.

“There’s never really any talks until March,” Cobb said to Dave Schroeder of WBAY-TV in Green Bay. “We’ll see what happens.”

The last time Cobb signed a contract was days before free agency and it was for four years and worth $40 million. Cobb is not sure if the same thing will happen again this time around.

“I have no idea,” Cobb said. “I’m just taking it day-by-day and looking forward to the future.”

Because of multiple injuries, Cobb only played in nine games in 2018 and he posted 38 receptions for 383 yards and two touchdowns. He has not played a full 16-game season since 2015 when he posted 79 receptions for 829 yards and six touchdowns.

Here’s a look at what Benoit had to say about Breeland.

A somewhat hot-and-cold player who is not viewed as “versatile,” but he has had flashes of success at left, right and slot corner in Washington and Green Bay. He’s an enticing source of secondary depth if nothing else.

Earlier this month, Breeland sent a message to his fans on Instagram about what he’s going to do in 2019.

“Getting back healthy was cool but the comeback goes be,” Breeland wrote. “I will have the biggest comeback of 2019. Stamp that.”

Breeland signed a one-year deal with the Packers and was able to have a solid season. The Clemson alum played in seven games and he finished with 20 tackles, two interceptions, four passes defended and one fumble recovery. He was the only Packer to end the season with more than one interception. Ha Ha, Clinton-Dix had three picks, but he was traded to the Redskins in October.

Before joining the Packers, Breeland, a fourth-round pick in 2014, has started 57 of a possible 64 games during the first four seasons of his career with the Washington Redskins.

He is coming off a terrific 2017 season, recording one interception and ranked fifth in the league with 19 passes defended. According to Pro Football Focus, Breeland ranked second among free-agent corners with 14.3 coverage snaps per reception, and he allowed a 49.3 percent catch rate.

Breeland is one of the more consistent cornerbacks in the NFL. He has only missed four games in his career and has recorded 59 passes defended and eight interceptions in 60 games. Last season, Breeland earned a Pro Football Focus grade of 79 which was nearly the same grade as his former teammate Josh Norman who had a grade of 79.1.