Jalen Hurts Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Ex-Girlfriend, Net Worth, College Football, Philadelphia Eagles

Jalen Hurts is an American football quarterback best known for playing for the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL. He played 3 seasons of college football at the University of Alabama and assisted in winning the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship.

Jalen Hurts Biography

Jalen Hurts is an American football quarterback best known for playing for the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL. He played 3 seasons of college football at the University of Alabama and assisted in winning the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship.

The Philadelphia Eagles chose Hurts in the 2nd round of the 2020 NFL Draft and became the team’s starter near the end of his rookie season. In the year 2021, The team was defeated (playoff) and he led the team to an appearance in Super Bowl LVII in the year 2022. He registered for a trademark for the phrase “Hurts So Good” on June 20, 2022, and the file stated that it will be used for a clothing line that includes kids’, women’s, and men’s clothing.

Hurts supports “women in sports” and he employs an all-female management team such as his marketing, social media, sports agent team members, and communications. He honored “women in sports” and “female empowerment” when he participated in “My Cause, My Cleats” (the NFL’s initiative), in the year 2021. In the following year, he provided vocals on “A Philly Special Christmas” (a Christmas album).

Jalen Hurts Age

Hurts is 24 years old as of 2022. He was born on August 7, 1998, in Houston, Texas, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 7th of August every year.

Jalen Hurts Height / Jalen Hurts Weight

Hurts stands at an approximate height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m). He has an average weight of 223 pounds (lbs) – 101 Kilograms.

Jalen Hurts Family

Jalen Hurts Parents

Hurts was born to Pamela Hurts (mother) and Averion Hurts (father). In Hurts’s freshman year at the University of Alabama, his parents used to attend his football game each week. His dad served as the football coach at Hurts’s High School. Hurts was born to a Christian family.

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Jalen Hurts Siblings

Hurts grew up alongside his 2 siblings; Averion Hurts (older brother) and Kynnedy Hurts (younger sister).

Jalen Hurts Brother (Averion Hurts)

Hurts’s brother Averion Hurts is a former Head Coach at his alma mater, Channelview High School. He now works as a college football coach at the University of Alabama. Averion is a 1990 grad of Howard Payne University, where he studied on a football and track scholarship. He graduated from there with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing.

Jalen Hurts Wife

Hurts seems to be single at the moment. He has never been into any marriage. There will be an update as soon as any information regarding his dating is available in the limelight.

Jalen Hurts Ex-Girlfriend

Hurts was previously in a relationship with Bry Burrows (an American IT Expert & Consultant, and Businesswoman working for IBM). They began dating in the year 2016 and broke up in the year 2019. Hurts and Bry Burrows first met as students at the University of Alabama. The reason for their break up seems to be because of “distance” – after Hurts transferred to the University of Oklahoma to attain a starting berth on their football team, and Bry was concentrating on obtaining her MBA Degree.

When they were dating, they were seen cheering each other on during extracurricular, academic, and sporting activities, on an occasional basis. However, Hurts and Bry were seen together at a game – the Atlanta Falcons vs the Philadelphia Eagles, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. This clearly shows that they maintained their friendship and they can maybe decide to give it another shot!

Jalen Hurts Children

Hurts has no children at the moment. However, there will be an update as soon as he gets into a relationship and get children.

Jalen Hurts Salary / Contract

Hurts signed a 4 year, $6,025,171 contract with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he earns an annual salary ranging from $1 Million – $5 Million, which he earns through being a quarterback for Philadelphia Eagles.

Jalen Hurts Net Worth

Hurts has an annual estimated net worth ranging from $5 Million to $10 Million, which he earns throughout his football career.

Jalen Hurts Education

Hurts graduated from Channelview High School in Channelview, TX, and then attended the University of Alabama in the year 2016, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in communication and information sciences. He transferred to The University of Oklahoma in December 2018 and studied for 1 year.

Jalen Hurts Career | Jalen Hurts Stats / Contract

Jalen Hurts High School Career (Rushing Stats)

Hurts played football while at Channelview High School. In his senior year, he passed for twenty-six touchdown passes and 2,384 yards, rushing for 25 touchdowns and 1,391 yards. As a sophomore, he was a 2-team all-district selection. As a junior, he was named the District 21-6A Overall MVP. Over the course of his high school career, he was ranked one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks and rated as a 4-star recruit, in the Class of 2016.

Other than football, he was also involved in powerlifting while in high school. In his sophomore year, he squatted 500 lbs and ultimately become a regional finalist in the 198-pound weight class.

Jalen Hurts College Career (Rushing Stats)


Hurts was passionate and dedicated to the University of Alabama, regardless of Texas A&M making a strong push to recruit him. Lane Kiffin (offensive coordinator) and Bo Davis (defensive line coach) recruited Hurts to the University of Alabama’s football team “The Alabama Crimson Tide”. As a freshman in the year 2016, contested to open the season as the starting quarterback. However, he took over the starting role of the 2nd game. Hurts threw for 23 touchdowns and 2,780 yards, with 9 interceptions.

Hurts completed the season with a quarterback rating of 139.12, rushing for 13 touchdowns and 954 yards overall, breaking the single-season record of the school for rushing yards by a quarterback. He surpassed the previous record of Steadman Shealy of 791 yards. Hurts completed the 2016 season with a total of 36 touchdowns – he broke the last record for touchdowns in one season for the Crimson Tide (35) set by Blake Sims in the year 2014. Hurts also became 1st player in the history of Alabama to pass for three hundred yards, rushing for 100 yards in one game. Also, he was the 1st quarterback to rush for 120 yards or more in many games.

As a sophomore, he led the “Tide” to an 11–1 regular season record and lost 26-14 to Auburn in the regular season finale. He was the offensive MVP in a winning game of a 24–6 win over the Tigers. Hurts completed the season with 1 interception, 17 passing touchdowns, and 2,081 passing yards, rushing for 855 yards and 8 touchdowns.


Joining The University of Oklahoma, he was eligible to play for the 2019 season. On September 1, 2019, he shattered Oklahoma’s one-game yardage record in the 1st game as a Sooner. In September, Hurts had 1 interception, 3 passing touchdowns, and 415 passing yards to go along with 9 carries for 1 rushing touchdown and 70 rushing yards. In the 48–41 loss, he passed for 1 passing touchdown and 395 yards to go along with nineteen carries for 3 rushing touchdowns and 96 rushing yards.

He assisted in leading The University of Oklahoma to a spot in the College Football Playoff and a Big 12 Championship. With the Sooners, he had a successful season with 8 interceptions, 32 passing touchdowns, and 3,851 passing yards, going along with 20 rushing touchdowns and 1,298 rushing yards. Hurts completed 2nd in the Heisman Trophy voting to Joe Burrow.

Jalen Hurts Philadelphia Eagles

2020 (Rookie Season)

Hurts has been playing for Philadelphia Eagles since the 2nd round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Joining the team, he became the team’s starter near the end of his rookie season. He was named the 3rd string quarterback under Nate Sudfeld and then held the backup position in the second week. Coming to the end of the year 2020, he threw for 1 interception and 72 yards, rushing for 2 touchdowns and 34 yards. This was before he was benched in Sudfeld’s favor during the 20–14 loss.


In this season, Hurts’s jersey number changed to 1. He was named the starter for the regular season on August 31, 2021. The season began with the game; Philadelphia Eagles vs the Atlanta Falcons. He led the team to a 32–6 victory, with 3 touchdowns and 1 passer rating of 126.4. Hurts assisted in leading the team to a playoff berth, upon defeating the Washington Football Team 20–16. Also, he led in the victory against Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers. He was named Pro Bowl NFC alternate that year. He completed the season with 9  interceptions, 16 passing touchdowns, and 3,144 passing yards, rushing 139.

Jalen Hurts Injury

In the 12th week of the 2021 season, he got an ankle injury. He was out for the game of the subsequent week game against the New York Jets. However, the team still won. Hurts got back to the team in the 15th-week matchup against Washington.

In the 14th week of the 2022 season, Hurts was leading the team in a game against the Bears, and in the game, he sprained his throwing shoulder, which ruled him out for the 16th-week game against the Dallas Cowboys. However, regardless of the injury, he still led the team to a 22–16 victory over the Giants in the 18th week.

Jalen Hurts Dreads

Hurts played for Philadelphia Eagles for 2 seasons with dreadlocks on his head – it was his Alabama quarterback’s trademark look! However, he cut the dreadlocks because of a CFP promise – his national-title promise.

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