Travis Rudolph is a former football player in the NFL, who played the wide receiver position. The 27-year-old played college football at Florida State, and entered the 2017 NFL Draft, however, went undrafted.
Rudolph signed with the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent following the draft. He got a spot on the active roster in October 2017 after injuries plagued the Giants’ receivers that year.
Rudolph recorded his first NFL reception in a Week 7 game against the Seattle Seahawks and finished the game with 3 receptions for 32 yards. He was waived by the Giants in November 2018.
Rudolph was signed to the Miami Dolphins practice squad on October 10, 2018, however, he suffered a torn ACL in his first day of practice and was placed on the practice squad/injured list. His short stint with the Dolphins marked the end of his NFL career.
Rudolph signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League in December 2019.
What was Travis Rudolph’s position?
The former NFL star played for three team professionals until his murder incident in April 2021. He played wide receiver for the team. Continue reading to know his jersey number in all three teams.
Rudolph was a standout wide receiver at Cardinal Newman who went on to become an elite playmaker for the Seminoles. In his college career, from 2014-2016, Rudolph made 153 catches for 2,311 yards and 18 touchdowns in three seasons.
What was Travis Rudolph’s jersey number?
Rudolph is seen wearing three different jersey numbers as a player. He wore jersey numbers 18 and 19. and while playing college football at Florida State, he wore jersey number 15.
Rudolph’s collegiate success didn’t translate to the NFL, where he spent brief stints on the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins before a torn ACL in 2018 halted his professional career. Rudolph had signed with the Canadian Football League’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers last year, but the team announced on Wednesday following news of the arrest that he had been released.