September 1, 1980 |
|Height:||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight:||210 lb (95 kg)|
|High school:||Huber Heights (OH) Wayne|
|* Offseason and/or practice squad member only|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Career Arena statistics|
|Player stats at ArenaFan.com|
- 1 Early life
- 2 College career
- 3 Professional career
- 3.1 Indianapolis Colts
- 3.2 Philadelphia Eagles
- 3.3 Atlanta Falcons
- 3.4 Berlin Thunder
- 3.5 Colorado Crush
- 3.6 Cleveland Gladiators
- 3.7 Bloomington Extreme
- 3.8 Billings Outlaws
- 3.9 Spokane Shock
- 3.10 Cincinnati Commandos
- 3.11 Owensboro Rage
- 3.12 Dayton Sharks
- 3.13 Philadelphia Soul
- 4 References
Redd attended Wayne High School in Huber Heights, Ohio, where he compiled 152 career catches for 2,007 yards and 27 touchdowns. He was named the co-offensive player of the year by the Dayton Daily News his junior season, when he led the state with 75 catches for 1,095 yards and 17 scores. He also played running back and cornerback, while returning punts and kickoffs.
Redd played collegiately at Bowling Green State University from 1998–2002, continuing a family tradition of playing for the Falcons set by his two uncles (Ronnie Redd and Raymond (Sarge) D. Redd Jr.). He was a two-time All-MAC selection and registered 211 career receptions for 2,726 yards and 26 touchdowns. As a senior, he led the team and ranked 10th in the nation with 83 catches. He also set a school record for receiving yards in a game (215 vs Marshall) during his junior campaign.
In 2006, Robert tried out for the Atlanta Falcons, and was released in training camp.
After failing to make the Eagles after the preseason, Redd was once again assigned to the Thunder, where he helped lead them to an appearance in the World Bowl, where he had 7 catches for 102 yards and a touchdown.
Redd was once again assigned to the Thunder after failing to make the Falcons in 2006.
In 2004, Redd agreed to play with the Colorado Crush. Redd saw action in the final 5 games, where he saw great production.
He returned to the Crush in 2007, where he had his best career year in the AFL to that point.
In 2008, Redd joined the close to home Cleveland Gladiators. There he was the Gladiators leading receiver, as well as threw for a touchdown, and rushed for a touchdown, while also having an interception while playing defense.
He returned to the Gladiators in 2011, where he was 4th on the team in receiving, and the team achieved a playoff berth.
In 2009, the AFL had folded, so Redd signed with the Bloomington Extreme of the newly formed Indoor Football League. He spent just 5 games with the Extreme, but was still the team's 3rd leading receiver, and tied for 3rd on the team with 6 touchdowns.
He finished the 2009 season with the Billings Outlaws. He played in 9 games and was 2nd on the team in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns. The team went on to win the IFL Title.
After his release, Redd signed with the Cincinnati Commandos of the Continental Indoor Football League (CIFL). He went on to be 5th in the league in receiving, and the Commandos went 9-1 in the regular season. The Commandos went on to win the CIFL Championship Game.
Redd signed with the Dayton Sharks in 2013, where he earned 1st team All-CIFL honors.
After starting the 2014 season with Dayton again, Redd was assigned to the Philadelphia Soul on March 18, 2014.
- "Box Score - Amsterdam Admirals vs. Berlin Thunder, June 11, 2005 - The Football Database". Retrieved 27 September 2016.
- 2009 Bloomington Extreme Stats
- 2009 Billings Outlaws stats
- Editor, MIKE ZIMMER Gazette Sports. "Outlaws hold off River City 71-62 to claim 2nd league title in 4 years". Retrieved 27 September 2016.
- "spokaneempire.com: News". Retrieved 27 September 2016.
- "Team Transactions - ArenaFan.com". Retrieved 27 September 2016.
- 2010 Cincinnati Commandos stats Archived 2010-12-27 at the Wayback Machine.
- "Commandos Bring Championship to Cincinnati - OurSports Central". Retrieved 27 September 2016.
- "Rage Sign Robert Redd". www.oursportscentral.com. OurSports Central. October 12, 2012. Retrieved October 12, 2012.