From Undrafted to a steady force on the NFL field, Rodney McLeod was initially a playmaker on both sides of the ball in his hometown of Clinton, Maryland. Rodney played collegiately for the University of Virginia, and made the official move to safety during his sophomore year. McLeod played all four years with the Cavaliers and was named All-ACC Honorable mention during his senior year. Rodney signed with the St. Louis Rams in April 2012 and went on to be the backup free safety and lead the team in special team tackles.
Rodney went on to earn the starting safety spot in his second season with the Rams and continued to progress to be a force within the NFL. As an unrestricted free agent in 2016, McLeod flooded offers from around the league, eventually signing with the Philadelphia Eagles for a deal that made him the fourth highest paid safety in the league. Alongside Malcolm Jenkns, the two were the highest paid safety duo in the league. During the Eagles 2017 trip to the Super Bowl, Rodney had six tackles and one broken up pass in their 41-33 win over the New England Patriots.
Rodney describes his style as “effortless” and stems from his childhood in the DMV area and the unique fashions that came from that area. Loyalty is a foundation from Rodney’s childhood, which also plays a role in his fashion style, often opting for outfits from his hometown or from designers that tell a story. Todd Patrick and Dreams of Triumph are two of the brands that Rodney loves to rock in his pregame fits, but his favorite accessory: “confidence.”
Fashionable Biz! Rodney is part owner of the fashion retail store, ‘Back of House.’
Giving back! Rodney and his wife Erica launched the ‘Change our Future Foundation.’
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