A. J. Hawk
A. J. Hawk
Celebrated Name: A.J. Hawk
Real Name/Full Name: Aaron James Hawk
Gender: Male
Age: 40 years old
Birth Date: January 6, 1984
Birth Place: Kettering, Ohio
Nationality: American
Height: 6 feet 1 inch
Weight: 112 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Laura Quinn
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter): Yes (Lennon Noel and Hendrix Knight)
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): N/A
Is A.J. Hawk Gay? NO
Profession: NFL Player, Football player
Salary: N/A
Net Worth in [current date format=’Y’]: $5 million
Last Updated: [current date format=’F Y’]

A.J. Hawks, officially known as Aaron James Hawk, is an American football player playing linebacker position. Aaron was born on January 6, 1984, in Kettering, Ohio. Aaron has played eleven seasons in the National Football League (NFL) and was drafted fifth overall by the Green Bay Packers back in the NFL Draft of 2006.

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Early Life & Biography

Aaron Hawk was born in Kettering, Ohio, and brought up in Centerville, both Dayton suburbs. Aaron went to Centerville High School and was Cincinnati Bengal’s former kicker Mike Nugent teammate on the football team. Being a freshman at Centerville High School, Aaron Hawk founded the Varsity Football Team and holds a couple of defensive records and is among the three active NFL players that played for the high school football team, Centerville Elks. Aaron Hawks’ records comprise of most tackles in 31 games on three different events. He also holds the most career tackles (583). Aaron Hawk became a two-time All-State player during his high school days (1999 and 2000).

Personal Life

Aaron Hawks is a family man and is married to Laura Quinn, who is the sister to the former NFL quarterback, Brady Quinn. Aaron Hawk’s last game with the Buckeyes was during the 2006 Fiesta Bowl versus Notre Dame when Quinn used to play. While at the game, Laura had a customized jersey, half Notre Dame, and half Ohio State, joining Brady’s number 10 and 47 of Aaron Hawk, making it 17. Aaron Hawk sacked his forthcoming brother in law two times during the game and was the co-Most Valuable Player of the bowl that commenced with an Ohio State winning.

Laura, on December 4, 2010, sired the first child of the couple, a daughter called Lennon Noel. They received their second-born, who was a son named Hendrix Knight back in January 2013.

Aaron currently hosts a podcast titled The Hawk Cast.

Aaron Hawk recently began a daily YouTube show alongside Pat McAfee. Their series is dubbed “McAfee & Hawk, a Sports Talk.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on January 6, 1984, A.J. Hawks is 40 years old as of today’s date 21st July 2024. His height is six feet, 1 inch tall, and his weight is 112 kg.


Aaron Hawk made his career debut back in his college days at Ohio State University. He played for Ohio State Buckeyes football of Coach Jim Tressel. Aaron played for the team from 2002 to 2005 and led them to BCS National Championship of 2002, while Aaron was still a freshman. During the Buckeye four-year careers, Aaron played in 51 games, among which he started 38 of them. Aaron had 394 tackles, and 196of them were solo, 15 and a half sacks, 41 of them were losses, seven interceptions, and recovered 13 fumbles.

Aaron Hawk had two fumble recoveries and three compulsory fumbles and two touchdowns. One of the scores was on a blocked punt, and the other one was on an interception. His performance led to his first team, All-Big Ten honors in the three years where he started and the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Most Valuable Player. After his senior 2005 season, Aaron Hawk won the Lombardi Award as the college best football line-backer and got recognition as a unanimous first-team All American.

Ahead of the Ohio State Buckeyes 2005 season, Hawk, together with other starting linebackers, Bobby Carpenter, Nick Mangold, and Anthony Schlegel, kept their hair long in honor of Pat Tillman. Aaron and his teammates decided to keep their hair long after reading about him in Winners Manual of Jim Tressel in 2004 that handed out to the players in the fall.

Back in the year 2006, Aaron Hawk joined the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the NFL Draft. He became the fifth overall choice of the draft and signed a six-year deal with the Packers on July 28, 2006. Aaron Hawk recorded his first sack of NFL on September 24, 2006, after sacking Quarterback, John Kitna of Detroit Lions in the fourth quarter.

Awards & Achievements

Aaron Hawk received the Lombardi Awards, during his senior season in 2005.

Net Worth & Salary of A.J. Hawk in [current date format=’Y’]

A. J. Hawk Net Worth
A. J. Hawk Net Worth

As of July 2024, A.J. Hawk has an estimated net worth of more than $5 million. His cars, monthly income, and other assets have not documented; however, his annual salary is under review. Aaron earns most of his income from his well-paying career and making public appearances.

Aaron Hawk is hardworking career personnel whose hard work and dedication have seen him raise from being a senior school football player to being a professional American football player.


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