Franklin Delano, who is also known as Frank Gore, was born on May 14, 1983, in Miami, Florida. He is a famous American football running back player for IC (Indianapolis Colts) of the NFL (National Football League). He was a college football player at a University of Miami, and in 2005, he was selected by the SF 49ers in the 3rd round of the NFL Draft. He was with the 49ers team from 2005 to 2014, and he was a rushing touchdown and an all-time rushing yards leader.
In his 10years of NFL career, he was mostly ranked as the most respected and the best running back player among his team. He was selected for 5 Pro Bowls and he had passed eight one thousand rushing yards in Pro Bowl seasons. Though, he was successful individually, he faced some struggle with his team members which caused him lose several seasons until he recorded 13-3 score for 49ers in 2011. Jim Harbaugh was the coach for 49ers in the 2011 season. During his coaching period, 49ers won the NFC W (West) division and the team attained the NFC championship game. In 2014, Gore recorded as the 29th player for 10,000yards rush. Gore is one among the 3 players who got nine successive seasons with more than 200 carries.
Gore got a scholarship to enroll in the University of Miami. In 2001, he got into the MH (Miami Hurricanes) football team as a freshman. As a fresher, he supported Clinton Portis, and he passed 820 yards with 12 touchdowns on sixty-two carries, which made the team win the 2001 Miami’s National Championship. Frank Gore enjoyed 3 best seasons in total during his schooling, and made a history as a freshman and obtained BEF (Big East Freshman) of the year title from Sporting News. Shortly after getting the title, he injured his left knee during the spring practice in the year 2002 and due to the surgery he took rest in the following season.
Frank Gore played 14 games in 2005 season. Due to the groin injury, he was out for the 2 contests. He was listed 7th among the NFL rookie running backs in the end of the season with a rushing average of 4.8 per run. He supported the team with 608 rushing yards on 127 carries and 3 touchdowns. For 131 yards, Gore caught 15 passes in that season. On August 9, 2006, Gore was listed on the depth chart as a top player of the SF 49ers. The following season, Gore had a successful start with 853 rushing yards and three touchdowns. In 2011, Gore agreed for 3 years extension and signed the contract with SF 49ers for $25.9 million dollars
SF 49ers hired Jim Harbaugh as a head coach during the offseason. They made a combination of a supplement passing game, powerhouse defense and a running game. Gore felt the combination is effective as it led them to 13-3 record in the playoff and in the regular season. After his 3 years contract period is over with 49ers, Gore signed the contract and endorsement with IC (Indianapolis Colts) for 8.5 million guarantees on March 10. 2015.
Frank Gore was raised by his mother, Liz Gore. He was one of the best running back for 49ers as he led the team win 2006 NFC rushing championship. In 2015, he joined Indianapolis Colts team.
Frank Gore salary and net worth
The American football player Frank Gore has a net worth of $10 million dollars.
|Birth Date:||14 May, 1983|
|Occupations:||American football player|
|Citizenship:||United States of America|
|Education:||Coral Gables Senior High School|
|Description:||American football running back|