Ronnie Lott today has a reputation as one of the strongest defensive backs in the history of both college football and National Football League football. He also followed up his success on the football field with a turn as a broadcast commentator on football.
Raised in Rialto, California, early Ronnie Lott appearances on the football field for his high school team were so successful and so well remembered that the school ultimately chose to name the high school’s stadium after the NFL great. Following high school, Ronnie Lott appearances shifted to the University of Southern California, where he helped lead the Trojans to play in two Rose Bowl games and also compete in the NCAA men’s football championships. Ultimately, Ronnie Lott graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in public administration, at which point Ronnie Lott appearances were chosen as the eighth overall pick in the first round of the 1981 National Football League Draft.
The first Ronnie Lott appearance in the National Football League came in 1981 when he made his NFL debut as the defensive back for the San Francisco 49ers. Ronnie Lott appearances continued for the San Francisco 49ers until 1990, at which point he was traded first to the Los Angeles Raiders and then the New York Jets before wrapping up his professional career in 1995 with the Kansas City Chiefs. Over the course of his career, Ronnie Lott appearances helped his teams win four Super Bowl Championships while he was also selected to the Pro Bowl 10 times and rated as one of the best NFL players of all time at NFL.com.
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