Kevin Boothe

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Kevin Boothe
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Boothe in the 2014 NFL season.
No. 67, 77
Position: Offensive lineman
Personal information
Born: (1983-07-05) July 5, 1983 (age 34)
Queens, New York
Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight: 320 lb (145 kg)
Career information
College: Cornell
NFL Draft: 2006 / Round: 6 / Pick: 176
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Games played: 114
Games started: 62
Fumble recoveries: 4
Player stats at
Player stats at PFR

Kevin Mark Boothe (born July 5, 1983) is a former American football offensive lineman. He played college football at Cornell University.[1] He was drafted in the sixth round (176th overall) by the Oakland Raiders in the 2006 NFL Draft.[2] He also played for the New York Giants, winning two Super Bowls with the team, both against the New England Patriots.

Early life[edit]

Boothe attended Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida,[3] where he graduated in 2001.

College career[edit]

Boothe attended Cornell University and was a three-time All-Ivy League selection and a member of Cornell's Quill and Dagger society.

Professional career[edit]

In the 2006 NFL Draft, he was selected by the Oakland Raiders in the sixth round with the 176th overall pick.

Oakland Raiders[edit]

Boothe was the first player drafted from Cornell since 1997. He finished the 2006 season as the starting right guard for the Oakland Raiders.

New York Giants[edit]

After being waived by the Raiders in the 2007 pre-season, Boothe was claimed by the New York Giants.[4] He won Super Bowl XLII and XLVI with the Giants, both against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, and he was the starting left guard in the latter game.[5]

Set to become a free agent in 2013, Boothe re-signed with the Giants on a one-year contract on March 25, 2013.[6]

Second stint with Raiders[edit]

After becoming a free agent after the 2013 season, Boothe signed a contract with his former team, the Oakland Raiders, on March 17, 2014.[7][8] The contract was for two years worth $3.4 million.[9]


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