Rakwon McMillan is an American specialist football player who has addressed the Miami Dolphins (2017–2019), Las Vegas Raiders (2020), and New England Patriots (2021–present) as a linebacker in the National Football League (NFL). , He was selected 54th overall in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins.
His mother was in love with the American Hip Bounce Bunch Wu-Tang Clan during the 1990s and named them after rapper Raekwon (Corey Woods), an established figure in the Wu-Tang Clan.
In 2013, in his senior year of secondary school, he won the esteemed ‘Butcus Award’. The honor was established in 1985 by the Downtown Athletic Club of Orlando and is offered annually to top linebackers in secondary school, varsity, and specialist degrees in football.
|6 feet 2 inches
|Date of birth
|November 17, 1995
He was a 4-year starter linebacker and running back to his middle school and collected 456 professional handles and 10 constrained bobbles.
In the 2017 NFL Draft, he was the seventh linebacker selected after the Miami Dolphins received him in the second round. In May 2017, the group secured him a 4-year, USD 4.69 million deal with USD 3.16 million and a reward of USD 1.55 million.
In August 2017, he made his expert appearance in the Miami Dolphins’ most memorable preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons. He had to leave the game midway due to a knee injury.
The next day, it was believed that he had torn his front cruciate tendon, which meant certain doom for his tenderfoot season. In September 2017, the Miami Dolphins formally placed him on their damaged hold list.
In 2018, he made his specialist customary season NFL appearance, and his most memorable debut in the Miami Dolphins’ season-opener against the Tennessee Titans. He had 6 connected handles in the game to help his group win 27–20.
Raekwon started each of his group’s 16 rounds of the 2018 NFL season and recorded 105 consolidated handles, 2 constrained misshandles and 1 pass diversion.
He started the 2019 season as his group’s starting center linebacker and played 13 games before suffering a hamstring injury in Week 15 of the season. He was placed on the damaged hold list in December 2019.
In August 2020, he was replaced by the Las Vegas Raiders for the 2021 fourth round draft pick with the 2021 fifth round draft pick.
In March 2021, he joined with the New England Patriots. Despite this, he had experienced a torn most important cruciate tendon long ago after which he was placed on the rescue damaged list in August 2021. They marked an increase in the agreement to one year through 2022 in September 2021.