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Jeff Komlo was born on 30 July, 1956 in Cheverly, Maryland, United States, is an American football quarterback. Discover Jeff Komlo’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?
|53 years old
|30 July 1956
|Cheverly, Maryland, United States
|Date of death
|14 March 2009,
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Jeff Komlo Height, Weight & Measurements
At 53 years old, Jeff Komlo height
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Jeff Komlo Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2023
|$1 Million – $5 Million
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Komlo was killed in an automobile crash in southern Athens on March 14, 2009. Pennsylvania law enforcement initially questioned whether he might have faked his own death to avoid the charges. On Thursday, March 19, the Acting Chief Chester County sheriff’s detective, Jim Vito, stated that the authorities were satisfied that Komlo was dead.
In August 2005, Komlo was featured on America’s Most Wanted, after going on the lam while facing sentencing on a pair of DUI convictions in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was also facing charges of cocaine possession and assault, and police wanted to question him about possible arson at his homes in West Palm Beach and Chester Springs, Pennsylvania.
In May of 2004, Komlo was involved in a domestic incident with his girlfriend, Jennifer Winters. After they got into an argument, Komlo shoved her out of the car, which, in a drunken state, he later crashed. He returned home, got his SUV, and later crashed that vehicle as well. He was later convicted on two drunk driving charges, but didn’t show up to be sentenced, which resulted in a bench warrant for his arrest.
One of several ex-Blue Hens quarterbacks to have played in the NFL, Komlo’s career ended in 1983, after one-season spells with the Atlanta Falcons and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Komlo was selected by the Lions in the ninth round of the 1979 NFL Draft, and played three seasons with the Michigan club. At the beginning of the 1979 season, due to injuries to starting quarterback Gary Danielson and back-up Joe Reed, then head coach Monte Clark chose to open the season with Komlo as the starter. He was one of a few rookie quarterbacks, not drafted #1 by his team, to start the first game. In his NFL career, he played in 25 games and threw for 12 touchdowns but also tossed 28 interceptions. Inserted into the line-up after the second game, Komlo went 2-12 as a starter. He was the starter for both of the Lions wins that year. One was a 24-23 win over the Atlanta Falcons and the next was a 20-0 win over division rival Chicago Bears. In 1980, he saw mainly spot duty, but he was the unquestioned back-up to Danielson. 1981 was pretty much a repeat of the previous season, with Komlo getting in spot duty, but he was mainly the third string quarterback, with Danielson being supplanted as starter by Eric Hipple. His last appearance for the Lions came in a 27-21 loss to the Denver Broncos.
William Jeffrey “Jeff” Komlo (July 30, 1956 – March 14, 2009) was an American professional football quarterback who played for the Detroit Lions, the Atlanta Falcons and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL. He was born in Cheverly, Maryland.
Coming out of DeMatha High School in Hyattsville, Maryland, Komlo wasn’t heavily recruited. He’d been a star for both the football and baseball team, but opted to focus on football. On the baseball team, Komlo played shortstop and was the team’s clean up hitter. However, he aspired to be like his father William, who played college football for Maryland in the 1950s. He first attended Fork Hill Military Academy to sharpen his skills, and then transferred to Delaware, where he was told by Head Coach Raymond he’d need to earn a scholarship, but he could try and make the team as a walk-on, which Komlo did. Komlo played at the University of Delaware under head coach Tubby Raymond and led the Blue Hens to a second-place finish in the 1978 NCAA Division II playoffs. During his Delaware career, Komlo set 11 school records and passed for 5,256 yards.