Frank Gore Biography
Frank Gore born Franklin Delano Gore, is an American football running back for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). He was born on May 14, 1983 in Miami, Florida, United States.
He grew up in Coconut Grove, Florida, and attended Coral Gables High School. While at Coral Gables High School, he had two notable record-breaking games. Against Miami Northwestern High School, he had a then-career high 293 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries. In the next game, he broke that record with 319 yards and six touchdowns on 13 carries against the third-ranked defense in the nation. During his senior year in 2000, Gore broke several Dade County single-season records, including rushing yards (2,997) and touchdowns (39). He was named the top prospect in Dade County by The Miami Herald, fourth in the state of Florida, and fifth nationally.
He attended the University of Miami in order to remain close to home to assist his mother, who was battling kidney disease and had started dialysis treatments. He played college football for the University of Miami. In 28 total games with the Miami Hurricanes football, Gore rushed 380 times for 1,975 yards (a 5.7 rushing average) and seventeen touchdowns. His 1,975 yards rank seventh on the school’s career-record list and his seventeen scores are tied for tenth. He also caught 25 passes for 985 yards (9.8 avg), returned two kickoffs for 48 yards and recorded five tackles on special teams.
He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the third round with the 65th overall pick of the 2005 NFL Draft, playing with them from 2005 to 2014. He signed a three-year contract with the team on July 28, 2005. Gore signed a contract extension through 2011 estimated to be worth $28 million over four years on March 28, 2007. Gore agreed to a three-year extension on August 30, 2011. Worth $25.9 million, the extension kept Gore with the San Francisco 49ers through the 2014 season. In the 2014 season, Gore became the 29th player in NFL History to rush for 10,000 career yards.
On March 10, 2015, Gore signed a three-year, $12 million contract with the Indianapolis Colts. Gore enjoyed a respectable season, but 2015 marked the first season Gore played all 16 games and missed the 1,000 yard mark. Gore finished ninth in rushing yards with 967 and had six touchdowns, while also adding 267 receiving yards and a receiving touchdown.
Frank Gore Age
He was born on May 14, 1983.
Frank Gore Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of 10 million Dollar.
Frank Gore Wife
He is currently dating Drick Parrish.
Frank Gore Height
He stands at 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m).
Frank Gore Fantasy
The best case scenario for Kenyan Drake is this,Gore is not a person who presents a threat to steal carries at this point in his career,considering how bad the offensive line-play has been. It shocked to see Gore land a job in general as he ran back who has struggled to find any room to run over the last few years. His 3.77 yards per carry with the Colts over the last three years apparently spoke to the Dolphins, who are in a complete rebuild. The signing makes little sense, so don’t be surprised if the Dolphins add another running back in a talented draft class.
Frank Gore Colts
It’s confirmed by Indianapolis Colts honchos that veteran running back Frank Gore will not return to the team in 2018.newly christened Colts coach Frank Reich confirmed to the reporters that Chris Ballard and Frank did have a discussion once the season was over.Gore’s exodus leaves Marlon Mack, Matt Jones, Robert Turbin and Josh Ferguson in the Colts’ RB shed.
Gore played out his three-year of $12 million deal with the Colts at a consistent clip. Gore tallied 260, 263 and 261 rushes in his three seasons in Indianapolis, averaging more than 60 rushing yards per game and over 1,200 scrimmage yards in each campaign as well. Gore ranks fifth all-time in NFL history with 14,026 rushing yards – 75 yards behind Curtis Martin and 1,243 yards short of Barry Sanders. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday the Browns and Ravens are potential suitors for Gore.
Despite the disappointing seasons, The Inconvenient Truth left a mark and never let up. Ballard said Gore has left an impact on the locker room and he want to give him a chance to go see what’s out there and see if he finished in a place where he wanted to
Frank Gore News
Gore’signing with the Dolphins as a free agent has brought him back in his native South Florida for the first time since his days at the University of Miami and he couldn’t be happier that his football journey has come fully. Head Coach Adam Gase said at the NFL meetings in Orlando that many people look at Gore’s age but his physicality,pad level and ability is fit.Gore and Gase once crossed paths in 2008 during Gase’s one season as an assistant on the San Francisco 49ers coaching staff.
Frank Gore 49ers
Gore joinig 49ers changed everything.His attitude basically was, We don’t give a F about anyone. Players, we loved that. Scot McCloughan basically built that team [as personnel director/GM for five years]
[In 2011], they started 2-1 and went to Philly to play the Dream Team.He hurt his ankle against Cincinnati [the previous week] and he couldn’t practice but rehabbed,but they finally made a winning run.They went on in ’13 to beat Atlanta in the NFC Championship Game and make the Super Bowl. Best years of his life.The 49ers selected Gore No. 65 overall in the 2005 NFL Draft. Five other running backs were picked ahead of him that year. In 10 years with 49ers, Gore rushed for 11,073 yards on 2,442 carries to average 4.5 yards per carried. He totaled 75 touchdowns with the 49ers.Over his 13-year career, Gore has rushed for 13,926 yards, good for fifth all time
Frank Gore Contract
Frank signed a 1 year contract with the Miami Dolphins of $1,105,000 including a $90,000 signing bonus, $90,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $1,105,000. In 2018, Gore will earn a base salary of $1,015,000 and a signing bonus of $90,000, while carrying a cap hit of $1,105,000 and a dead cap value of $90,000
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