|Position: defensive end|
Height 1.93 m
Weight 125 kg
Education Columbia University
Name Marcellus Wiley
|High school: Santa Monica (CA) Saint Monica Catholic|
NFL draft: 1997 / Round: 2 / Pick: 52
Role American football Defensive end
Movies and TV shows SportsNation, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
Parents Valerie Howard, Wiley Charles
Date of birth: (1974-11-30) November 30, 1974 (age 46)
Similar Emmanuel Acho, Jason Whitlock, Colin Cowherd
Place of birth: Compton, California
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Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr. (born November 30, 1974) is a retired American football defensive end who played 10 seasons in the National Football League for four different teams. He was selected with the 22nd pick of the second round of the 1997 NFL Draft out of Columbia University by the Buffalo Bills. After four seasons with the Bills, he played for the San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys and Jacksonville Jaguars. He was selected to the AFC Pro Bowl team in 2001, as a member of the San Diego Chargers.
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- Early life
- College career
- Professional career
- Post NFL career
- Millionaire Matchmaker
- Personal life
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At Saint Monica Catholic High School in Santa Monica, California, Wiley starred in both football and track and field. In football, he was an All-Conference pick. Wiley was a teammate of Adrian Klemm. He was his school's Valedictorian and a member of the National Honor Society. He was the 1988 National typewriting champion with 82 words per minute.
At Columbia University, Wiley played tailback, defensive end, and kick returner for the Lions. He was a first team All-American, and All-Ivy League pick. Wiley graduated from Columbia in 1997 with a degree in sociology.
Marcellus was invited to the NFL Combine where he measured in at 6'4 257 pounds and bench pressed 225 pounds an impressive 28 times.
Wiley started his professional career primarily as a situational pass rusher, recording nine sacks through his first three years. In 2000, when Hall-of-Famer Bruce Smith left for the Washington Redskins, Wiley replaced him at defensive end for the Bills.
He was voted to the Pro Bowl once (2001) in his ten-year career.
Post NFL career
He is cofounder of Prolebrity.com. Prolebrity (a portmanteau of pro and celebrity) is a sports community where pro athletes can express viewpoints, publicize their businesses, charities & events and connect with other athletes, fans & business opportunities.
He currently co-hosts "Afternoons with Marcellus and Kelvin" on ESPN LA.
In January 2013, he became co-host of SportsNation on a full-time basis, taking over for Colin Cowherd. He also boxes at the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood.
Wiley appeared on a November 2011 episode of Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker. Season 5, Episode 12: "The Player and the Piano Player" ended when Wiley successfully found a romantic interest. Wiley is represented by Ryan Totka of Athlete Promotions.
He has a daughter named Morocca Alise Wiley (born 1999) and a son named Marcellus Wiley, Jr. (born 2015).