Robert Bailey

Robert Bailey

  • Born September 3, 1968 in Barbados
  • Former NFL cornerback who played eleven seasons  (1991- 2001)  for six teams, the Los Angeles Rams, the Dallas Cowboys, the Washington Redskins, the Detroit Lions, and the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Played college football in the University of Miami and was drafted in the fourth round of the 1991 NFL Draft by the Rams.

  • Made the third longest punt return in NFL history when he ran 103 yards for a touchdown in a game against the New Orleans Saints.
  • Holds two national championship rings from the University of Miami football team, one Super Bowl ring from the Dallas Cowboys (1996), and one Super Bowl ring from the Baltimore Ravens (2001).
  • A broken neck against the Green Bay Packers ended Bailey’s career in 2001.
  • Recently hosted the 8th Annual Robert Bailey Celebrity Golf Tournament. The tournament supports CHI Clinics of South Florida that provide healthcare to families with insufficient insurance coverage.
  • Donates much of his spare time working with rival and ex-gang members and as an inner-city youth basketball coach with the Stay In School program.
  • Celebrity spokesman for the You Can Achieve Your Dreams if You Work Hard Enough campaign.
  • In 2002, Robert joined Rosenhaus Sports to head the Marketing Division and is now considered the leader in the industry.