Ufomba Kamalu – Net Worth 2022/2021, Age, Height, Bio,Career, Wiki…


“Ufomba Kamalu,” the player who is currently a free agent, is known to those who do not know who he is. He is an American football defensive end who played for a number of teams in the National Football League after going undrafted in the 2016 NFL draft. Also he attended the University of Miami in Florida, where he played collegiate football. He played three years of college football before joining the Houston Texans in the NFL.

Ufomba Kamali | Quick Facts

Full Name Ufomba Kamalu
Birth Date November 2, 1992
Birth Place Fayetteville, Georgia
Nick Name Not Known
Squad No 94
Nationality American
Ethnicity African
Education Starr’s Mill High School, Butler Community College, University of Miami
Horoscope Scorpio
Father’sName Ngozi Kamalu
Mother’sName Stela Kamalu
Siblings a year older sister (name not known)
Age 29 Years Old
Height 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)
Weight 300 lb (136 kg)
University Team Miami Hurricanes football
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Awards Super Bowl Champion (LIII)
Build Athlete
Marital Status Single
Girlfriend Anna
Position Defensive end
Profession NFL player
Net Worth $100k – $5million
Salary $7,50,000 average annual salary
Affiliated teams Houston Texas, Arizona Cardinals, New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens
League NFL
Active Since 2013- present
Social Media TwitterInstagram
Arizona Cardinals’s Merch JerseyHelmets
Last Update June, 2022

What is the Net Worth of Ufomba Kamalu?

Kamalu hasn’t won many honors in his short career, but he did win Super Bowl LII.

But we can’t deny that he’s working hard to join one of the NFL’s greatest teams and earn a spot as a top defensive end.

According to Spotracs.com, Ufomba Kamalu signed a one-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens worth $750,000 in 2019, implying an average annual pay of $750,000.

There is no indication that he will join any other teams in the league at this time. As a result, we are unable to estimate his precise pay.

However, we may assert, based on available sources, that


Childhood of Ufomba Kamalu

Ngozi and Stela Kamalu gave birth to Kamalu on November 2, 1992. He was born in the Georgia town of Fayetteville.

He also has a younger sister who is a year his senior. However, there is no information about that on the internet.

Kamalu grew raised in an exciting environment. Until he was thirteen, he spent the majority of his life in Aba, Nigeria, with his grandmother and brothers.

While his parents stayed in Fayetteville, his parents wanted him to learn the Igbo language and culture.

“Culturally, it was radically different,” Kamalu said of his time in Nigeria. However, “society-wise,” it was essentially the same.” Football was not a popular sport among the Nigerians. They did, however, have a PlayStation 2.

Signing an autograph to his fan

For middle school, Kamalu’s father worked at Cal Poly, SLO. He was a professor at the university. Kamalu used to travel back and forth between Nigeria and the United States to see his father.

He chose a location in Georgia near Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, from where they could fly directly to and from Nigeria.

However he returned to California, the United States, when he was thirteen years old to live with his parents. He was back, but he was in terrible shape.

Moreover he appeared to be a slender person, standing 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighing 215 pounds. He was also a soccer player.

However, he was uneasy in that environment because many concepts were foreign to him. There was a cultural conflict there since he spoke terrible English.

High School Days of Ufomba Kamalu

Kamalu returned to California and enrolled at Starr Mill High School. He was instantly recognized by the school’s coach, who asked Chad Phillips, the head football coach, to address this enormous person.

Philips and Kamalu struck up a discussion right away. There was, however, a language barrier. Kamalu didn’t have a good command of the English language. He also had no understanding of football.

According to Philips, Kamalu was capable of playing any position on the football field. He wasn’t overweight, but he was in good shape. The only issue was that football was a completely new world for him. According to him,

Phillips explained, “We operate a Wing-T triple-option offense.” “It’s also really complicated.” It takes a long time for children to memorize all of the game rules and what other people do.

So, because of his low English and the time it takes to learn, we thought we could teach him enough of our defense and skills, such as tackling techniques, to help us.

He was so large that he was going to take up a lot of room and fill in a lot of holes.”

In addition, Kamalu chose to play defensive end for the varsity team during his freshman year.

However, he still had to understand the sports’ specific specialities. He had to wait another three years to garnish. But he was still an incomplete product someplace, attempting to improve his play game.

College Career

Butler Community College

Without a doubt, Kamalu was receiving offers from major universities like Georgia, Auburn, and Georgia Tech. Butler Community College in Kansas was his first choice, and he was coached by Troy Morrell, the head coach.

Just in case the readers don’t know, the Butlers are one of the best college football programs in the country, with true NFL players like Bruce Irvin, Demarcus Lawrence, and Damarious Randall.

Wearing his Jersey No.94

Tony Allen and Stephen Jackson both played in the NBA. Heath Bell was an MLB closer, and Zac Taylor was a first-class head coach at Butler CC for the Cincinnati Bengals.

Kamalu, on the other hand, was redshirted for the 2012 season. He took use of his time in college by working one-on-one with coaches to develop his skills.

Later, as his game progressed, he was compared to Butler Grizzly offensive lineman Ryan Schraeder of the Atlanta Falcons.

Miami University

Kamalu later headed to the University of Miami in Florida to play college football. He had 48 tackles, 11.5 sacks, and 11.5 for a loss of yardage. During his three years at the university, he had one interception for 46 yards.

In addition, as a senior in 2015, Kamalu was named to Miami’s defensive player of the year team.

Here’s what Mark Donofrio, a former Miami defensive coordinator, had to say about Kamalu.

“That year, he was quite consistent. He was dependable. Although he was the most consistent player on defense, and he continued to improve, which culminated in him playing the finest football of his career while with us.”

He declared for the 2016 MLB draft after four years at Miami and Butler Community College.

Professional Career of Ufomba Kamalu

Houston Texans

After signing a deal with the Houston Texans on May 5, 2016, Kamalu became an undrafted free agent after going undrafted in the 2016 MLB draft.

On September 3, 2016, the Texans waived him for no apparent reason, and he was assigned to the practice squad the next day.

On November 26, 2016, Kamalu was added to the active roster. He made his official debut in Week 13 against the Green Bay Packers, following a lot more commotion.

In a 21-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans in Week 17, he recorded his first career tackle and first career sack on Matt Cassel.

On September 1, 2018, the Texans waived him once more.

Arizona Cardinals

On September 25, 2018, Kamalu was reassigned to the Arizona Cardinals’ practice squad.

He was named to the practice squad for the second time in his career and later dismissed on October 30, 2018.

Patriots of New England

On November 5, 2018, Kamalu joined the New England Patriots’ practice squad. On December 21, 2018, he was promoted to the active roster.

He made one tackle in two games for the Patriots. Kamalu also led his club to a 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII.

On August 31, 2019, Kamalu was cut from the final roster cuts. The next day, he was added to the Patriots practice squad.

Ravens of Baltimore

On October 24, 2019, Kamalu was assigned to the Baltimore Ravens practice squad. On January 13, 2020, he agreed to sign a reserve/future contract with the Ravens, but was released on April 8, 2020.

The next day, he was arrested for domestic abuse, which made the front page of the newspaper. On December 11, 2020, the NFL suspended Ufomba for the remainder of the 2020 regular season and postseason.

On February 8, 2021, he was called back following a ten-month suspension.

Lions of British Columbia

On December 30, 2020, Kamalu signed a contract with the BC Lions of the CFL.

Personal Life of Ufomba Kamalu

In terms of his personal life, Ufomba Kamalu is happily married to Anna, his long-time lover. Yes, Anna’s photos have been strewn across Kamalu’s social media accounts.

As a result, we can safely assume that he and his girlfriend are in a happy relationship. In terms of his personal affairs and hook-up stories, little has been exposed in the media.

In one of his Twitter messages, he specifically mentions his fiancée, writing, “You are my biggest supporter.” “Babe, I adore you.”

However, this is a tweet he sent on August 20, 2017. As a result, we are unable to reach a precise conclusion.

Charges of Domestic Violence

And then, seemingly out of nowhere, news broke that former Ravens defensive end Ufomba Kamalu had been arrested on a domestic assault charge on April 9, 2019.

On April 8, at 10 a.m., Baltimore Country police got a complaint for a domestic assault.

After a heated argument with Kamalu that devolved into a physical assault, the victim was left with a noticeable injury. As a result, a warrant for his arrest was issued by the police officers.

The case is still being investigated, however he was freed on a $20,000 bond the next day.

Social Media Presence of Ufomba Kamalu

We can deduce from his social media handles that he is not a very social person. Yes, he has accounts on Twitter and Instagram, but he does not keep them up to date.

His social media profile has a small amount of followers, but he has a dedicated and supportive fan group. The following are the connections to his social media profiles. To get in touch with him, simply click in.

Instagram- @nightmare47 with 4,019 followers.

Twitter-  @Nightmare with 1252 followers.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)

Has Ufomba Kamalu been into Philanthropy?

Yes, he represented @NgwaNationalUSA which focuses on youth empowerment and rural healthcare improvement in Nigeria.


Leave a Comment