Terrell Fletcher Bio | Wiki
Terrell Fletcher ( Full Name: Terrell Antoine Fletcher ) is a popular former American football running back in the National Football League, spending his entire 8-year professional football career as a running back for the San Diego Chargers. He is now an ordained Bishop and Senior Pastor for City of Hope International Church in San Diego, California.
He was drafted with the 19th pick in the second round (51st pick overall) of the 1995 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers. In 1996, Terrell was a restricted free agent for the Chargers and was re-signed. In 2000, Terrell led the Chargers in rushing, rushing for 384 yards on 116 carries. Terrell was the last player until Mike Tolbert in 2010 to lead the Chargers in rushing yards that wasn’t LaDainian Tomlinson. On April 23, 2001, Terrell signed a 4-year $6.3 million contract to return to San Diego. In 2002, Terrell was limited to just 10 games, missing time with a sprained ankle he suffered in an early October loss to the Denver Broncos.
On February 27, 2003, the Chargers released Terrell, saving $1.64 million in cap space. At the same time of releasing Terrell, they released a slew of other veterans including safety Rodney Harrison and wide receiver Curtis Conway, among others. Terrell was known for his receiving skills out of the backfield, leading all Charger running backs in receptions for five consecutive seasons, from 1996 until 2000. At the time of his release, Terrell was 13th in Chargers history in rushing, with 1,871 yards, and 9th in Chargers history with 259 receptions
Terrell Fletcher Age
Terrell was born on September 14, 1973, in St. Louis, Missouri, in the United States. He is 50 years old. Terrell celebrates his birthday on September 14, every year.
Terrell Fletcher Height
He is a man of average stature. Terrell stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in ( Approx. 1.72m ).
Terrell Fletcher Family
He was born in St. Louis, Missouri, to his parents. Terrell grew up with a generous father Hosea Milton Fletcher and a mother, Edna Earlene Fletcher. Terrell was raised along with his four other siblings by his parents. His dad Hosea guided and took all the responsibilities of his and his siblings’ upbringing. Hosea was the one who used to deal with his sons’ coaches for their better performance.
Terrell Fletcher Wife
In 2007, Terrell married Sheree Zampino, the ex-wife of Will Smith. Through this marriage, Terrell was the stepfather to Zampino and Smith’s son Trey. The two divorced in 2015 after eight years of marriage. In 2018, Terrell married Kavalya Young. The couple has three children, a daughter Kya, and fraternal twins, a son Kingston, and a daughter Kory.
Terrell Fletcher New Wife
He found love again after his divorce from Sheree Zampino with Kavalya Fletcher a licensed personal trainer, and nutritionist. Terrell and his new wife Kavalya married in 2018 and have three children together.
Terrell Fletcher Daughter
He and his new wife Kavalya have two daughters, Kya and Kory.
Terrell Fletcher Education
He graduated from Hazelwood East High School in Hazelwood, Missouri in 1991. He is a first-generation college graduate. Terrell graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature (1998). In 2003, he graduated with a master’s degree in Religious Studies, from Southern California Seminary. Terrell is also has a Doctorate of Transformational Leadership from Bakke Graduate University (2018).
Pastor Terrell Fletcher
He is a pastor, entrepreneur, community advocate, and author. Terrell has spent 19 years serving the city of San Diego in the faith and non-profit arenas. As an integral part of the San Diego faith landscape, he is the senior pastor of the City of Hope International Church (COHI). Consisting of over 900 members, the Church is home to 12 ministries that directly benefit over 3,000 San Diegans. As a community advocate and educator, he has worked in many capacities: San Diego Gas and Electric Community Advisory Board (current), Union Tribune Advisory Board, RFI Fellowship General Board, Junior Achievement USA spokesperson, San Diego County Adoptions spokesperson, NFL Union representative, San Diego Chargers former chaplain; as well as an adjunct professor at Azusa Pacific University Seminary (current).
Terrell Fletcher Church
He is an ordained Bishop and Senior Pastor for City of Hope International Church in San Diego, California.
Sheree Zampino Husband Terrell Fletcher
In 2007, Terrell married Sheree Zampino an actress, model, television personality, and entrepreneur known for being the first wife of actor and rapper Will Smith. Together they have a daughter Jodie. In 2014 Sheree filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. While she was married to Terrell, Sheree was the director of the women’s ministry at City of Hope International Church for six years. In a scene on Hollywood Exes, Sheree told Terrell that she was ready to retire from that level of service at the church, where Terrell continued to serve as senior pastor.
Terrell Fletcher Net Worth
Terrell gets his wealth from his work as the senior pastor of the City of Hope International Church (COHI). Therefore, Terrell has accumulated a decent fortune over the years. Terrell’s net worth is $1 million.
How Old is Terrell Fletcher
Terrell is a 50-year-old who was born on September 14, 1973, in St. Louis, Missouri, in the United States. Terrell celebrates his birthday on September 14, every year.
How Tall Is Terrell Fletcher
Terrell is a man of average stature who stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in ( Approx. 1.72m ).
Who Is Terrell Fletcher
He is a retired American football running back who spent his entire eight-year career with the San Diego Chargers, largely as a backup. Terrell became a pastor at The City of Hope International Church after his playing career.
Terrell Fletcher Social Media Handles
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