Spencer Paysinger Biography, Age, Height|Weight, Family, Career, Story, Worth

Spencer Paysinger Biography

Spencer Paysinger  is a retired American football linebacker. He was signed by the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent in 2011. After going unselected in the 2011 NFL Draft, Paysinger signed with the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent Miami Dolphins. Paysinger signed a one-year contract with the Miami Dolphins on April 2, 2015.

Spencer’s biggest passion is screenwriting, a love that began before high school, when he and his uncle would burn six hours every Friday and Saturday at the movies. Paysinger remembers the stress of his rookie season and how a trip to the cinema would quickly put him at ease. It became a routine. Every Tuesday, he went to the movies by himself.

Spencer Paysinger Age

Spencer was born in Los Angeles California  on June 28, 1988 is currently  30 years as of  2018.

Spencer Paysinger Height|Weight

Spencer stands at a 1.88 m tall which is the standard height of most American footballers and he weights 107 kg as of 2019.

Spencer Paysinger Education

He attended Beverly Hills High School, where he was the captain of the football team as a wide receiver and linebacker.

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Spencer Paysinger Family

He is the son of Donald Paysinger and his wife Autumn Paysinger. He has two brothers.

Spencer Paysinger Story

Paysinger finds his rhythm. He begins by telling his imaginary audience that the central character of this potential TV series isn’t rooted in fiction but inspired by the living, breathing football player sitting before them. He talks about the struggle of his adolescence and how, in spite of it, he is still here, in the NFL, living out his dreams, better for it all.

He rushes into an empty Jets locker room, grabs his jersey and a pair of pads, slips on one shoe, sprints down the hall and makes it onto the grass while his teammates stretch, finally exhaling with only seconds remaining on the giant clock. Paysinger, retired from the NFL since the start of the calendar year, is the inspiration behind The CW show “All American,” which airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET and stars Taye Diggs and Daniel Ezra.

The drama series uses fictional names and takes some creative liberties, but it stands as a direct snapshot to the juxtaposition of Paysinger’s adolescence  a star athlete from a rough neighborhood in South Central L.A. who played high school football in the affluence of Beverly Hills and didn’t seem to fit in either place. Those who led the charge on this show  people named Peter Roth, Robbie Rogers, Greg Berlanti and Dane Morck, among others  used Paysinger’s video to begin every pitch meeting.

“It’s a real story, it’s inspired by a true story, and so it’s good to put a face to that story,” Rogers said. “Hearing it from Spencer himself was very important.”

Spencer Paysinger Career

After going unselected in the 2011 NFL Draft, Paysinger signed with the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent. He was a part of the Super Bowl XLVI winning team. Paysinger signed a one year contract with the Miami Dolphins on April 2, 2015. He was re-signed by the Dolphins on March 31, 2016. On June 9, 2017, Paysinger was signed by the New York Jets. He was released on September 1, 2017. On December 5, 2017, Paysinger signed with the Carolina Panthers. He was released on December 29, 2017.

He was signed by the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent in 2011. Paysinger is officially a consulting producer on All American, but he also opened a coffee shop in his neighborhood, Hilltop Café, and helps run an investment fund called Afterball LLC, which aims to help football players find themselves after their playing careers suddenly end.

Spencer Paysinger Net Worth

He has eraned himself  a decent amount of money it is reported that his salary is around  $766,059. He has an estimated net worth of $4,596,353  as of 2019.

Spencer Paysinger Transitional Life After Retiring

Spencer never planned to play in the NFL beyond the age of 30. He overcame the drugs and violence of his hometown to earn a scholarship to Oregon, then landed with the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent in 2011  the lockout year  and contributed on special teams for a team that won it all.

Four years with the Giants led to two years with the Miami Dolphins, followed by a training camp stint with the Jets, a three-month layoff, a three week stretch with the Carolina Panthers and, on Dec. 29, 2017, the release that sent him into retirement.

Paysinger once attended the Athlete Transition U business combine in New York City, then sent a letter to commissioner Roger Goodell and executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent, urging the NFL to adopt the five-day crash course. He was  also  signed by the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent in 2011. Paysinger is officially a consulting producer on All American, but he also opened a coffee shop in his neighborhood, Hilltop Café, and helps run an investment fund called Afterball LLC, which aims to help football players find themselves after their playing careers suddenly end.

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