Kyle Arrington American Football Cornerback

Kyle Chandler Arrington (born August 12, 1986) is an American football cornerback for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL). He was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent in 2008. He played college football at Hofstra. Arrington also played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Arrington was born in Accokeek, Maryland. He attended Gwynn Park High School, where he played football as a defensive back and kick returner, as well as basketball and track and field. He was a second-team all-county selection in football. After graduating from high school, Arrington attended Hofstra University beginning in 2004. As a freshman, he played in seven games, recording three tackles. He started seven of the ten games he played as a sophomore, picking up 21 tackles and one forced fumble. In 2006, he played in 11 games, recording 69 tackles and an interception. In 2007, he played in 11 games again, recording 53 tackles and an interception. Arrington is one of Hofstra's last football players, as the school cut its program in 2009 due to costs and declining interest.

Personal details

Date of birth
August 12th, 1986
United States of America
Places lived
Accokeek , Maryland




1. Hofstra University Colleges/University

Hofstra University is a private, nonsectarian institution of higher learning located in the Village of Hempstead, New York, United States, about 25 miles (40 km) east of New York City: less than an hour away by train or car. It originated in 1935 as an extension of New York University (NYU) called "Nassau College – Hofstra Memorial of New York University at Hempstead, Long Island"; in 1937, the institution separated from NYU and gained independence as Hofstra College, and in 1963, Hofstra College gained university status. The school is noted for a series of prominent Presidential conferences, and hosted the third and final 2008 presidential debate between then Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain. It has also been selected as the site of the October 16, 2012, presidential debate. The university organizes a wide range of other international academic conferences (many under the aegis of the Hofstra Cultural Center), holds an annual Shakespeare festival in its own replica of the Globe Theatre, and has both an arboretum and bird sanctuary. It is widely recognized as a leading university for students with physical disabilities.

Institution info

Type Private university
2012. 318 mil. $
2010. 227 mil. $
Institution colors
100 Hofstra University, 11549 - Hempstead, New York
2013. 6,840
2010. 7,389
2009. 7,937
2013. 3,101
2010. 4,190
Acceptance rate
2013. 59.0 %
2010. 59.0 %
Local tuition
2013. 36.4 K $
2010. 30.8 K $
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Notable alumni by career
Notable alumni by gender
Notable alumni by party membership

People attended Hofstra University connected by profession and/or age

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b. 1984., American Football Defensive end
b. 1982., Athlete
b. 1984., Mixed Martial Artist
b. 1983., American Football Wide receiver
b. 1986., American Football Running back
b. 1981., American Football Linebacker
b. 1985., Soccer Midfielder

2. Gwynn Park High School High school

Gwynn Park High School is in Prince George's County, Maryland, a suburban area near the United States capital of Washington D.C..

Type High school
13800 Brandywine Rd, 20613 - Brandywine, Maryland
Official web page
Wikipedia article

Institution social analysis

Notable alumni by gender

People attended Gwynn Park High School connected by profession and/or age

b. 1982., Boxer

Teams played 2

New England Patriots American football

From To Position
2009 Cornerback

The New England Patriots, commonly called the "Pats," are a professional football team based in the Greater Boston area, playing their home games in the town of Foxborough, Massachusetts at Gillette Stadium. The team is part of the East Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The team changed its name from the original Boston Patriots after relocating to Foxborough in 1971, although Foxborough is a suburb of Boston, 22 miles (35 km) away. An original member of the American Football League (AFL), the Patriots joined the NFL in the 1970 merger of those leagues. The team advanced to the playoffs four times before appearing in Super Bowl XX in January 1986, losing to the Chicago Bears. The team also appeared in Super Bowl XXXI in January 1997, losing to the Green Bay Packers. In the 2000s, the Patriots became one of the most successful teams in NFL history. They are third in appearances in a Super Bowl with seven (the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys each have 8), and have the most appearances in the last 25 years.

Championships won

Championship Year Runner-up Result
AFC Championship Game 2012 Baltimore Ravens 23-20
AFC Championship Game 2008 San Diego Chargers 21-12
Super Bowl 2005 Philadelphia Eagles 24-21
AFC Championship Game 2005 Pittsburgh Steelers 41-27
Super Bowl 2004 Carolina Panthers 32-29
AFC Championship Game 2004 Indianapolis Colts 24-14
Super Bowl 2002 St. Louis Rams 20-17
AFC Championship Game 2002 Pittsburgh Steelers 24-17
AFC Championship Game 1997 Jacksonville Jaguars 20 - 6

General club info

Club founded 1960
American Football Conference
National Football League
Gillette Stadium
2002 -
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Official website

Wikipedia article

Teammates partial list

2009 -
2009 - 2010 - Running back
2009 - - Defensive end
2009 - - Defensive lineman
2009 - 2012 - Defensive back
2009 - - Guard
2009 - 2010 - Dimeback
2009 - 2012 - Defensive lineman

Tampa Bay Buccaneers American football

From To Position
2008 2009 Dimeback

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (often shortened as the Bucs) are a professional American football franchise based in Tampa, Florida, U.S. They are currently members of the Southern Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL) – they are the only team in the division not to come from the old NFC West. The team, along with the Seattle Seahawks, joined the NFL in 1976 as an expansion team. The Bucs played their first season in the AFC West as part of the 1976 expansion plan. After the season, they switched conferences with the Seattle Seahawks and became part of the NFC. The club is currently owned by Malcolm Glazer. They play their home games at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The Buccaneers are the first post-merger expansion team to win a division title, win a playoff game, and to host and play in a conference championship game, this was accomplished during the 1979 season. They are also the first team since the merger to complete a winning season when starting 10 or more rookies, which happened in the 2010 season. In 1976, The Buccaneers lost their first 26 games.

Championships won

Championship Year Runner-up Result
Super Bowl 2003 Oakland Raiders 48-21
The NFC Championship Game 2003 Philadelphia Eagles 27-10

General club info

Club founded 1976
National Football Conference
NFC South
National Football League
Raymond James Stadium
1998 -
Team colors


Coach From To
Greg Schiano 2012 2013
Harry Smith 1976 1979
Willie Brown 1978 1978
Willie Brown 1977 1977
Willie Brown 1976 1976
Lovie Smith 2014

Social media

Official website

Wikipedia article

Teammates partial list

2002 - 2009 - Safety
2008 - 2012 - Linebacker
2009 - 2013 - Wide receiver
2009 - 2010 - Linebacker
2006 - 2014 - Guard
2007 - 2008 - Quarterback
2004 - 2008
2009 - 2012 - Cornerback


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