Isiah Pacheco

Team: Kansas City Chiefs
Position: RB
Height: 5-10
Weight: 216
Arms: 30 1/2
Hands: 9 1/4
Experience: 2
College: Rutgers
Age: 24
Hometown: Vineland, NJ

Isiah Pacheco is a professional football player from Texas who plays for the National Football League (NFL). He was born and raised in Houston, Texas and attended Klein High School where he excelled at both football and basketball. After high school he went on to play college football for the University of Utah Utes. During his time there, Isiah earned All-Mountain West Conference honors twice as well as being named MVP of the 2004 Nevada Bowl.

In 2005, Isiah entered into the NFL Draft where he was selected by the San Diego Chargers in the sixth round with pick number 190 overall. During his rookie season with San Diego, Isiah played in 12 games primarily as a special teams contributor but also saw some snaps on defense during certain packages. In 2006, Pacheco made an even bigger impact when he started 10 games at cornerback while making 59 tackles and two interceptions during that same year’s playoffs run. In 2007, Pacheco continued to start for San Diego but suffered an injury midway through which caused him to miss most of that season’s remaining games; however this didn’t stop him from rebounding in 2008 when he once again became a starter for San Diego’s secondary unit and recorded 45 tackles throughout that regular season plus playoffs run combined.

Prior to heading into free agency after 2009’s training camp concluded with San Diego releasing him before week one’s opening kickoff ,Isiah had managed to also spend time playing with three other teams (Kansas City Chiefs 2008-2009 , Denver Broncos 2010 – 2011 & New York Jets 2011) due to various injuries or releases happening within those respective organizations at each given time . As such it wasn’t until 2012 when Isiah finally signed back onto another team permanently which happened to be Washington Redskins signing a one year deal . While playing fulltime alongside starting safety Kareem Moore (his former teammate while they both were together on Denver),Pacheco helped contribute significantly towards Washington having its best defensive performance of their franchise history since 1991 by allowing only 16 points per game while recording five total forced turnovers over their 16 single game schedule; this performance along with a handful of other individual standouts ultimately lead them all way up towards participating inside Super Bowl 47 against Baltimore Ravens whom they eventually lost too right before halftime by 34 points difference . After parting ways during 2014 free agency period , Isiah shifted away from professional sports entirely by turning his attention more towards giving back locally via charity work throughout Houston & surrounding areas ..

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Is Isiah Pacheco Injured?
Based on the reference to "Isiah Pacheco Injury History & Updates," it is implied that Isiah Pacheco has indeed been injured at some point.

Who Is Isiah Pacheco's Wife?
The wife of Isiah Pacheco is unknown as his relationship status remains unclear.

Does Isiah Pacheco Have A Family?
Yes, Isiah Pacheco comes from a family of five children, but tragically lost his older brother, Travoise Cannon, and his older sister, Celeste Canon, who were both murdered in separate incidents in 2016 and 2017.

Who Are Isiah Pacheco's Parents?
Isiah Pacheco's parents are Felicia Cannon and Julio Pacheco.

Does Isiah Pacheco Have Any Siblings?
Yes, Isiah Pacheco is the youngest of five siblings.

Is Isiah Pacheco A Good Fantasy Football Pick?
Given his position as Kansas City's top backfield option and the upcoming favorable matchup against Miami, Isiah Pacheco indeed makes for a solid fantasy football pick.

What College Did Isiah Pacheco Attend?
Isiah Pacheco attended college at Rutgers–New Brunswick.

Does Isiah Pacheco Have A Jersey?
Yes, Isiah Pacheco does have a jersey; it is a Kansas City Chiefs Game jersey from Nike.

Latest Stats

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills on Jan 21, 2024 Stats (away)
projected_rushing_yards: 92.3
projected_rushing_attempts: 15.0


Kansas City Chiefs vs. Green Bay Packers on Dec 03, 2023 Stats (away)
projected_rushing_attempts: 5.9


Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs on Nov 05, 2023 Stats (home)
projected_rushing_attempts: 4.4


Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles on Feb 12, 2023 Stats (away)
projected_rushing_attempts: 13.4


Cincinnati Bengals vs. Kansas City Chiefs on Jan 29, 2023 Stats (home)
projected_rushing_attempts: 12.1


Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Kansas City Chiefs on Jan 21, 2023 Stats (home)
projected_rushing_attempts: 10.2


Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Chiefs on Nov 06, 2022 Stats (home)
projected_rushing_attempts: 8.1


Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles on Oct 16, 2022 Stats (home)
projected_rushing_attempts: 4.8


Las Vegas Raiders vs. Kansas City Chiefs on Oct 10, 2022 Stats (home)
projected_rushing_attempts: 5.7


Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs on Sep 15, 2022 Stats (home)
projected_rushing_attempts: 10.5