Christians in Super Bowl XLVII

After Googling for more hours than any one human being should ever Google anything in their whole entire life, I can officially say:

This is the most comprehensive list of Christian athletes playing in Super Bowl XLVII that you are ever going to find. EVER.

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Because trust me – if there was a better one, you’d just be looking at a picture with a link under it right now (and I would be able to see this screen without the words all blurring together)! LOL :)

Rep your team in the comment section below and let me know what you think!

I tried to do my best, but if you notice I left someone out or made a mistake, please leave a message and I’ll fix it! (Apologies in advance if I did!) Keep in mind: just because someone isn’t on this list doesn’t mean they aren’t a practicing Christian – and just because they are doesn’t mean they adhere to one particular denomination.

I hope this list will inspire you and help keep faith in the forefront during Sunday’s big game!

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♥ Jessica

PS. You might be wondering how I found the time to do all this? Well, I guess I’m just used to being a little busier around this time of year – what with my STEELERS usually warming up to win the Super Bowl right around now ;) hahaha (…after the season we had, I only have the nerve to say that because I was raised in Pittsburgh!) LOL :) …Love my boys!!

 Ok, let’s do this!!

Baltimore Ravens Christian Athletes

Billy Bajema
Asked about his favorite Bible verse by Christian website, Inspiring Athletes, Bajema replied: “Philippians 4:6-7. ‘Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and petition with thanksgiving present your requests to God and the peace of God which transcends all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.’”

Matt Birk
Birk has been very open about his Catholic faith. He’s spoken on behalf of the Minnesota Catholic Conference and discussed his beliefs in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.

Anquan Boldin
Regarding his Christianity, Boldin has said: “That’s just who I am; that’s just my faith. No matter what goes on in my life; surgeries, injuries, hard times or whatever, I’m a man of faith and I believe that’s one of the reasons I’m here today.[Faith’s] what keeps me grounded; it’s what keeps me focused. Through life you are going to go through some ups and downs, you are going to go through some hardships, but me being grounded in my faith I think truly is the reason that I’m here.”

Sean Considine
Speaking to the Catholic Review, Considine said: “My Catholic faith has played a huge role in my family and career. I thank God every day for a beautiful wife and kids, for the game of football that helps make that possible and that I am part of a game that brings enjoyment to others.”

Tandon Doss
Doss has a portrait of Jesus on his left shoulder, but it’s the tattoo, “God Given”, on his neck that he loves the most: “This is the one I get all the stuff for. I was young, but I still love it. It’s probably my favorite. It makes me unique. I always give thanks to God who has blessed me with so many opportunities. People think it’s a cocky thing. It’s not at all. […] I’m very religious. I try to read the Bible every day. It’s something I’ve really gotten into more recently. It’s really helped me get through situations.”

Corey Graham
Graham explains how faith and football intertwine for the Ravens: “We have a lot of guys on this team that believe in God a lot. They have a lot of faith. We have faith in each other. Every time we step out on the field we believe in what each other can do. We believe in the guy next to us. We believe in holding everybody accountable. We couldn’t do it if we didn’t have faith. We continue to believe in each other, and it’s gotten us this far. Your faith is always going to help you because you have to believe.”

Bryan Hall
Referencing Isaiah 51:12, Hall’s Twitter tagline reads: “The Lord is my helper, I will not be afraid. What can man do to me?”

Ramon Harewood
Like a lot of Super Bowl athletes, Harewood shared his excitement with God:

James Ihedigbo
Curious about Ihedigbo’s faith? Look no further than his Instagram account:

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Asa Jackson
Jackson attended Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento, CA – a private, Roman Catholic college-prep school.

Chris Johnson
Discussing the tragic death of his sister, Johnson said: “As a Christian and as a man, you have to keep going forward. I needed to push forward and be strong.”

Arthur Jones
Jones’s parents direct the Mt. Sinai Church of God in Christ in Endicott, NY. The family credits faith with holding them together after Jones’s sister, Carmen, passed away.

Ma’ake Kemoeatu
Kemoeatu, older brother to Chris Kemoeatu of the Pittsburgh Steelers, is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. (Come on, you knew I was going to get my Steelers in this post somehow!) (Extra thanks to Prayers and Apples reader, Jim, for this suggestion!)

Paul Kruger
Interviewed during Media Day, Kruger said: “I normally don’t say anything about religion or God or anything like that, especially when I’m being interviewed, but I really feel like I’m blessed, like prayers have been answered. I’ve overcome a lot.”

Vonta Leach
Addressing an interesting angle, Leach spoke to the possible contradiction between ‘knocking another human being around’ and being a Christian: “You have to be able to separate the two. It is a tough game. It’s physical, and people do get hurt. But I don’t think we’re out there intentionally trying to hurt each other. At the end of the day, when our careers are over, everybody will still have their faith. Football is just a game we play.”

Ray Lewis
When asked what passages he enjoys most, Lewis replied: “Psalm 91 and pretty much whatever Proverbs, based off the date – whatever the date is that day – is pretty much what I read. I grab something from that day, and then I hold onto that throughout the whole day, and that’s what I try to focus on that day. ”

Bryant McKinnie
McKinnie gives credit where credit is due on Twitter:

Pernell McPhee
After losing three people very close to him (a first cousin, a father figure and a sister) all within seven months, McPhee says: “God puts you through things,” McPhee said. “He wants to know whether you believe in Him enough to overcome the tragedies you’re going through. I always kept my faith in God and kept praying. Look where I’m at now.”

Haloti Ngata
Described as quiet, but good-natured, Ngata is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. (Thanks to Prayers and Apples reader, Jim, for this tip!)

Michael Oher
The true-life subject behind the movie, The Blind Side, Oher attended the Briarcrest Christian School.

Dennis Pitta
Pitta, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, has traveled all the way to the Dominican Republic, on a mission trip, to help spread his faith. (Thanks again to Prayers and Apples reader, Jim!)

Bernard Pollard
Deeply religious Pollard has a strict no-swearing policy – claiming he only swore 17 times during the 2011-12 season! “That’s how I live my life. Me and my wife, we used to cuss like cats and dogs. When you make a decision to change for the better, you live your life for the better.”

Bobby Rainey
You don’t have to look far to find where Rainey’s heart is – his Twitter tagline reads, “God is the head of my life, fear no man!”

David Reed
Reed has been quoted praising God in several interviews: “God is so good to me. I’ve been on a long road, and it’s been a long time. Just to go out and [have a good game] is a really good sign” [] “It’s a blessing from God that I’m able to catch the way that I used to be catching before I got the surgery and everything.”

Ed Reed
When teammate, Torrey Smith, lost his brother in a motorcycle accident, Reed (who dealt with the death of his brother the year before) gave Smith a psalm and reminded him: “God’s in control, and God has a plan bigger than ours. We don’t know our time, none of us. We all experience the same things, so I just told him that we’re here for him; I’m here for him.”

Ray Rice
Rice believes faith and football go hand in hand, and – well, I’ll just let him tell you himself:

Jimmy Smith
Smith knows that God is always in control. After suffering an injury in the 2011 season opener, Smith said: “I always think that everything happens for a reason. So I just thought, ‘Maybe God has me sitting out for a reason.’”

Torrey Smith
Smith lost his brother in a 2012 motorcycle accident. He went on to score two touchdowns that following Sunday in his brother’s honor, telling reporters: “I just said a quick prayer, took a knee. You know, obviously you play with a heavy heart; you want to play for that person.” Head coach John Harbaugh was also quoted: “How do you explain it? Coming from a faith perspective, God and heaven work in … mysterious, wonderful ways.”

Tommy Streeter
Streeter’s mother is the pastor of a Baptist church in Florida. He says his faith is very important to him: “It kind of shapes and molds everything that I do. The way that I present myself in the community and the kind of person that I am is all because of my faith. My parents instilled positive things in me to make me a better man. I’m a humble servant of Christ.”

Terrell Suggs
Discussing a miraculous injury recovery, Suggs said: “I needed a miracle and to my knowledge in 30 years on this earth there’s only one man who’s in the business of miracles, and that’s Jesus Christ.”  (Thanks to Prayers and Apples reader, Christopher Page for pointing this one out!)

Tyrod Taylor
Before signing with the Ravens, Taylor played for Virginia Tech, where he said: “Without God I can’t do anything. I have put my faith in Him, and through Him I believe I can achieve anything.”

Christian Thompson
Thompson knows his priorities – his Twitter tagline reads, “God first & Family!”

Justin Tucker
Tucker always acknowledges God after field goals, saying, “I do the crossing because I want to give thanks for the opportunity. Not many people get to do what we get to do, and it really is a blessing. I give a little point to the heavens and a little shout to the big man upstairs for the opportunity.”

Bobbie Williams
Williams humorously referenced his faith when discussing a confrontation with Cinncinnati rookie, Vontaze Burflict: “He’s going to be an awesome player,” Williams said, but he continued: Burflict owes Ravens’ defensive tackle Domata Peko a steak because Peko said, “‘Bossman, don’t hurt him, he’s a good guy.’ And I had to remember I was a Christian.”

Cary Williams
Regarding Williams’s difficult upbringing, The Baltimore Sun reports: “…weekly treks to the African Methodist Episcopal Church on Sundays, helped heal some of Williams’ emotional wounds.”

San Francisco 49ers Christian Athletes

David Akers
Akers credits his professional success to faith, saying he often leans on Romans 5:3-5: “We also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.”

Tramaine Brock
Brock attended Belhaven College which is known for its strong Christian foundation.

Ahmad Brooks
Reflecting on earlier career decisions, Brooks remembers who’s calling the shots: “I could have had this, I could have had that. But I didn’t, and I just made things harder than what it should have been. But this is God’s plan, and this is obviously what I needed to go through.”

Vernon Davis
Referencing his younger brother’s pending criminal case, Davis says: “Everyone has their path. To me, everything happens for a reason whether it’s right, whether it’s wrong, whether you’re guilty or you’re innocent. I think God will take of it, I strongly believe that because I pray about it every night. So I put it in God’s hands.”

Anthony Dixon
Dixon describes himself in his Twitter tagline as, “Outgoing, Courageous, Loving, Tough, Business Man, Family Man, God Fearing Man…”

Darius Fleming
On his Twitter page, Fleming proudly states that he’s “living the life that God had blessed me with. Football is a gift that continues to shape my life.”

Ricky Jean Francois
No ego-tripping in Francois’s Twitter tagline: “God Blessed this young man to play ball. God Blessed this young man to be a husband. God Blessed this man to live out life that he has written down in his book.”

Tavares Gooden
Gooden’s faith is front and center on his Twitter account:

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Jonathan Goodwin
Described by left tackle Joe Staley as the team’s “father figure,” Goodwin is active in his faith:

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Frank Gore
When a reporter asked, “How do you develop great vision – become someone who sees the field so well?” Gore replied: “It’s God. God blessed me with that. I just say God blessed me with that.”

Larry Grant
Grant has the entire 23rd Psalm tattooed on his upper left arm! He explains: “After reading it, and understanding how much God does for me, it tells me not to fear any evil, just fear Him. I had to have that put on my arm just to show people how much I love the 23rd Psalm.”

Jewel Hampton
Hampton, who majored in religious studies at the University of Iowa, knows God doesn’t play favorites. Interviewed during college, Hampton said: “Everyone has their own individual thing as far as faith is concerned. It’d be great to have the Big Guy on our side, but I don’t think he ever favors one person over the other.”

Parys Haralson
When asked about avoiding injury, Haralson has admitted: “A lot of it is blessing, God’s grace.”

Kendall Hunter
Hunter knows who runs the show. Addressing the disappointment of being picked so late in the draft, he said: “God has a plan for all of us and I’m happy with where I’m at now. I’m going to take advantage of it.”

Brian Jennings
When a self-described “online group of football fans with a passion for Jesus” asked Jennings if there was anything they could pray for, Jennings replied:

Tony Jerod-Eddie
The first words on Jerod-Eddie’s Twitter tagline? “Love God, my Family and Football!”

Colin Kaepernick
Speaking of his adopted son, Rick Kaepernick said: “Colin’s a fairly religious kid, but he’s not in your face about it. It’s more about him and what he believes.”

Daniel Kilgore
During a podcast with Sports Spectrum, Kilgore stresses the importance of putting his faith in God and being dedicated not just to his team, but also to the Lord. (Thanks to Prayers and Apples reader, Christopher Page for pointing this one out!)

Andy Lee
Lee’s Twitter page says it all: “Punter for 49ers. God, family, friends, and football!”

Joe Looney
Talking about his career with the 49ers, Looney says: “It’s a blessing to come into work every day. I thank God for the opportunity he’s given me to be here.”

Ray McDonald
In a heartwarming collection of quotes by and about the 49ers defender, Everyone Loves Ray, McDonald stresses the importance of humility: “Every day I wake up, I’m thankful to God and I appreciate the opportunity I’ve been given.”

Randy Moss
Well this one’s pretty obvious – just take a look at the background on Moss’s Twitter account (the “3f’s” are faith, family and football):

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Trenton Robinson
After being drafted by the 49ers, Robinson told reporters: “God has blessed me with an opportunity to live my dream and play professional football.”

Aldon Smith
Smith makes a good point with the tattoo on his chest: “If God is on my side, why should I fear mortal man?”

Will Tukuafu
A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Tukuafu participated in a two-year mission trip before being drafted, four years later, by the San Francisco 49ers. (Thanks to Prayers and Apples reader, Jim, for suggesting this player!)

Michael Wilhoite
Wilhoite’s Twitter tagline sums him up: “A God fearing man and a linebacker for the 49ers.”

Patrick Willis
Willis credits his grandmother with fostering his close relationship with Christ. When it comes to his career, Willis is careful to keep a check on his ego: “I know that I didn’t get here by myself. I didn’t do it on my own. I know that it’s truly a blessing. I feel like if it was the Good Lord who put me here it’s the Good Lord who blessed me to be able to do what I do. I don’t want to brag and say, ‘Oh yeah, its me. Oh, look at me. Here I am, da,da,da,’ because just as he blessed you today it could be gone tomorrow.”

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Comments

  1. says

    Thanks so much for sharing this. Having this knowledge makes me see the game a whole different way. I hope the young people who will be in front of their screens this Sunday will recognize these players and somehow root for them as Christians as well as the talented athletes that they are…

  2. Bethany says

    Unlike my unimpressive Prayers & Apples quiz score, this is highly impressive! Love that you put this list together. Agree with Greg ^^ — it’s cool to know and definitely makes me more likely to root for the player when they are giving glory to God!

  3. says

    This really is a great post! It really warms my heart to read things about people who are set on some sort of stage and use it for Him. Makes me want to watch the Super Bowl :).
    Thanks girly for putting such a great post together :).

    • says

      You’re welcome! :) …I know – since my team’s not in it this year, I was already confused over who to cheer for… now that I read all this stuff about guys from each team, it’s like I want everyone to win haha :)

  4. says

    As I’m sure you’re aware, college football is all the rage in The South. With that said, pro football is sort of foreign to me. Your list makes the players seem more like regular people – not just football stars. Also, like Ray Lewis, my favorite portion of scripture is Psalm 91. Great post!

    • says

      I know! When I moved down south it was like everything was reversed with the college/NFL thing! I’m def more of an NFL girl, but I’m more of a college girl than my northern friends – so it’s a compromise! lol :) Glad u liked the post, thx for reading! :)

  5. Sharon says

    This post helps remind us that The Lord touches people in all walks of life. Wish we could share this post with those millions of young impressionable athletes out there that it really is Cool to follow in Gods path Great job!!

  6. says

    Thanks for this post. I do a blog about Christian Athletes and as I was looking for SB players to blog about I came across your blog post. Great info. You had mentioned that we could talk about anyone you missed. Sports Spectrum magazine has a podcast interview with Daniel Kilgore of the 49ers. Its about 40 mins long and has some great stuff about him and his faith. I don’t have the link right now but you can find it on my blog http://www.christopherapage.com. thanks again for posting this.

  7. Jim says

    More Christians from the Ravens: Haloti Ngata, Dennis Pitta and Ma’ake Kemoeatu. And Will Tukuafu, also a Christian, is playing for the 49ers.

  8. dan lanning says

    Fantastic Job Jessica!
    We are going to use the various quotes for our youth group bible devotions before the game tonight. It is interesting to see that the real life character of the movie blindside is playing for the Ravens( Michael Oher). Excellent movie to viw by the way.

    p.s. we are fundraising for a new youth ministry center. The property is purchased and ready for ground breaking ceromony this spring. All donations are tax deductible and a receipt will be issued to all contributors. Please make checks payable to: Lanning Famiy Ministries. (non-profit christian organization). Mailing Address: 576 68th street s.e.
    Grand Rapids,Mi 49548
    Thank You! God Bless!!

  9. Andrew says

    Wow! You deserve some sort of blogging award for this. If only they had an award for “Most insane amount of research on an uncelebrated topic.” Considering the games are all played on Sunday, the American people are surprisingly ignorant as to the activities of NFL players on Sunday morning.

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