David Pollack Biography
(American Football Linebacker)
Birthday: June 19, 1982 (Gemini)
Born In: Snellville, Georgia, United States
David Pollack is an American retired professional football player who appeared in two seasons of the US ‘National Football League’ (NFL) as a defensive linebacker for the ‘American Football Conference’ (AFC) north-division team ‘Cincinnati Bengals.’ His promising ‘NFL’ career was snatched away prematurely in the mid-2000s due to a debilitating spine injury, which he suffered while playing the second match of his second season of ‘NFL’ football. Earlier, he had played college football at the ‘University of Georgia’ and was widely regarded as the best nationwide collegiate defender during that time. His total of 36 sacks in three seasons for the ‘Georgia Bulldogs’ remains a career record at his alma mater to this day, which is also the third-highest career sacks by any player in ‘National Collegiate Athletic Association’ (NCAA) history. Pollack also became the second ‘Georgia’ player to be named to the ‘All-American’ first-team for three collegiate seasons. Overcoming the trauma of an abrupt and physically, mentally, and emotionally painful end to a short but bright career in professional football, he spent the next decade building a niche for himself as a sports broadcaster and an anti-obesity activist.