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Player Info

Daniel Kilgore
C #67
Height:
6-3
Weight:
308
Age:
29
College:
Appalachian State
Hometown:
Kingsport, TN
Experience:
7

Quick Stats (2017):

G
10
GS
10

Biography

Awards Honors


  • 2012:2012 Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award, Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 5), Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 7), Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 12)

Goldmine

  • While Kilgore was preparing for the NFL Draft in 2011, he was also serving as a student-teacher at Hardin Park Elementary School working with special-education students in adaptive physical education classes. The day following his graduation from Appalachian State, Kilgore hosted a field trip for his special-education students at ASU. The field trip included a tour of the school’s athletic facilities, activities in the Sofield Family Indoor Practice Facility, lunch on the club level of the Appalachian Athletics Center and taking in a few innings of the Appalachian State-Western Carolina baseball game. While football is Kilgore’s next chapter in life, he aspires to be a coach and special-education teacher following his NFL career. “I’m very happy that I was drafted, but I absolutely love working with these kids,” said Kilgore. “I have had a great student-teaching experience and I know when my NFL career is over, I will get to work in another field that I love and that is working with special-education students and coaching.”

Awards Honors


  • 2012:2012 Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award, Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 5), Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 7), Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 12)

Goldmine

  • While Kilgore was preparing for the NFL Draft in 2011, he was also serving as a student-teacher at Hardin Park Elementary School working with special-education students in adaptive physical education classes. The day following his graduation from Appalachian State, Kilgore hosted a field trip for his special-education students at ASU. The field trip included a tour of the school’s athletic facilities, activities in the Sofield Family Indoor Practice Facility, lunch on the club level of the Appalachian Athletics Center and taking in a few innings of the Appalachian State-Western Carolina baseball game. While football is Kilgore’s next chapter in life, he aspires to be a coach and special-education teacher following his NFL career. “I’m very happy that I was drafted, but I absolutely love working with these kids,” said Kilgore. “I have had a great student-teaching experience and I know when my NFL career is over, I will get to work in another field that I love and that is working with special-education students and coaching.”
  • A multi-sport athlete growing up, in addition to football Kilgore played travel baseball, basketball, wrestling and threw shot put on the track and field team.
  • Kilgore’s hero growing up and to this day is his father, David. David works at a paper mill in Kingsport, TN, a job he’s held for more than 29 years. Said Kilgore, “He just taught me a lot of hard work and how it is to be a father and be a man."
  • Kilgore returned to his hometown of Kingsport, TN to support the 2015 Tribe Games, a series of athletic competitions for special needs kids from bowling to swimming to track and field. Kilgore’s heart for special needs kids grew from volunteering in adapted physical education classes in the Watauga County (NC) School System while playing at Appalachian State. Kilgore wasn’t just a casual observer at the games either, as he was a coach, motivator, fan and cheerleader for all 85 participating kids.
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 68 33
2017 SF 10 10
2016 SF 13 13
2015 SF 5 3
2014 SF 7 7
2013 SF 16 0
2012 SF 16 0
2011 SF 1 0
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 CAR L 3-23
2 @SEA L 9-12
3 LA L 39-41
4 @ARI L 15-18
5 @IND L 23-26
6 @WAS L 24-26
7 DAL L 10-40
8 @PHI L 10-33
9 ARI L 10-20
10 NYG W 31-21

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