Landon Dickerson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Philadelphia Eagles

Landon Dickerson
Landon Dickerson

Landon Dickerson Biography

Landon Dickerson is a popular American football player who is currently playing for the Philadelphia Eagles as a guard in the National Football League (NFL). Landon was a college football player at Alabama and Florida State, and in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft, he was drafted by the Eagles 37th overall.

Landon Dickerson Age

Landon Dickerson was born on September 30, 1998, in Hickory, North Carolina, United States and currently he is 25 years old.

Landon Dickerson Height

Dickerson stands at a moderate stature of 6 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.98 m).

Landon Dickerson Family

He was born and nurtured in Hickory, North Carolina, United States by his supportive and loving parents. Landon’s father is named Jim Dickerson. Landon has not mentioned any information regarding his mother and siblings in the public eye therefore these details will be updated as soon as the Philadelphia Eagles guard does.

Landon Dickerson Wife

Landon is happily and contentedly hitched to his gorgeous wife Brooke Kuhlman who is his college sweetheart. Landon and Brookie got engaged in 2021 and they exchanged their vows on March 25 2023 in a beautiful mountainside ceremony.

Landon Dickerson Education

Dickerson schooled at Hickory High School and then moved to South Caldwell High School. As a high school senior, he played in the Under Armour All-America Game and was named first-team All-State. Landon was rated a four-star recruit joining college and committed to Florida State after rejecting offers from Auburn, Georgia, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech. Furthermore, Landon is an Eagle Scout, acquiring the rank in Piedmont Council in 2016.

Landon Dickerson Salary

Dickerson will receive an annual salary of $1.8m.

Landon Dickerson’s Net Worth

Landon has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.

Landon Dickerson Career

Landon commenced his collegiate career at Florida State. During training camp, Landon was named the Seminoles’ starter at right guard and became the first true freshman offensive lineman to begin a season opener since Jamie Dukes in 1982. Prior to suffering a season-ending knee injury, Dickerson began the first seven games of the season. In his sophomore season, he began the first four games prior to missing the rest of the season due to injury. Into his junior year, Landon used a medical redshirt after sustaining an ankle injury two games.

Landon entered the transfer portal after the end of the season. In the end, Landon decided to move to Alabama as a graduate transfer, having acquired his undergraduate degree from Florida State, for his final two seasons of NCAA eligibility. Going into his first season with the team, Dickerson was named the Crimson Tide’s starting right guard.

Dickerson was moved to center after four games, besides having never played the position at any level; he was named second-team All-Southeastern Conference (SEC) and began the final nine games of the season. Before he suffered ligament damage in his right knee against Florida in the 2020 SEC Championship Game as a redshirt senior he began the first 11 games of the season for the Crimson Tide.

In the second round, with the 37th overall pick, of the 2021 NFL Draft the Philadelphia Eagles drafted him. Dickerson signed his four-year recruit contract with the Eagles on July 26, 2021. Landon took over as the starting right guard for the Eagles after an injury to Isaac Seumalo in week three of the 2021 season.

On December 20 Dickerson was placed on the COVID list and it made him miss a Tuesday night game that had been held up due to an outbreak of the virus on the Washington Football Team roster. On December 24, 2021, Landon was activated from the COVID list.

Dickerson was drafted to his first Pro Bowl, together with linemates Jason Kelce and Lane Johnson on December 21, 2022, as the Eagles stood at a 13–1 record. Landon assisted the Eagles reach Super Bowl LVII where they lost 38–35 to the Kansas City Chiefs and also win a franchise record 14 games.

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