Quentin Gause #49
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Quentin Gause, a 2011 Bishop Kearney high school graduate, a 2015 Rutgers University Graduate and a football team captain, graduated with a B.A. in Communications. During his time as a Linebacker on the field with Rutgers University, Quentin had more than 223 tackles which got him recognized on a professional level. He joined the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent following the 2016 NFL Draft. Despite a strong pre-season Gause was released by the Eagles just before the start of the regular season. Gause never gave up; he was quickly added to the New England Patriots practice squad where he spent the first five weeks of the 2016 NFL season. Although he was knocked down, he remembered a lesson that he learned during his time at Bishop Kearney; even if he got knocked down nine times, he would still always stand up ten. After week six he was signed to the Denver Broncos practice squad. After demonstrating he was ready for the opportunity, the Broncos moved Gause to the 53 man active roster for the final four weeks of the season. 

Life is too short to become a failure and give up, hard work, perseverance, and focus are the tools inside of us that God has given us to use positively or negatively
— Francina Gause


Height: 6"1   |   Weight: 235lbs

Football Career

Rutgers University

223 Total Tackles - 3 Sacks - 1 Forced Fumble

Philadelphia Eagles

New England Patriots

Denver Broncos

2 Total Tackles

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