With their huge family and closest friends in attendance, the couple radiated happiness, and as they were pronounced husband and wife, Rachel literally jumped for joy. He also went on to marry Rachel Bradshaw, the daughter of NFL Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw… Build your custom FanSided Daily email newsletter with news and analysis on Tennessee Titans and all your favorite sports teams, TV shows, and more. He even made sure his smallest fans in Kentucky had what they needed to play the game. That outgoing attitude and a lot of hard work would eventually land Rob Bironas the career of his dreams. "His family said the true picture of who he was can be found in his nickname, "Uncle Rob. That didn't work out because the agent didn't give him that many showings. Rob was tragically taken from this Earth on September 20, 2014, too soon for a young man in such a beautiful moment in his life, happily married with an exciting career opportunity on the horizon.
The mysterious death of her husband, former Tennessee Titans kicker Rob Bironas, has left many questions on the minds of family and friends.However, Rachel Bradshaw is the one who will be left to put together the pieces of her husband’s last moments. While attending the charity event to benefit Breast Cancer research, Rob met Rachel Bradshaw, a Nashville songwriter and the daughter of NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback, Terry Bradshaw and Charla Bradshaw, a Dallas attorney. Rachel’s own talents as a writer and vocalist rival Rob’s abilities on the football field. Get to know the coaches. That outgoing attitude and a lot of hard work would eventually land Rob Bironas the career of his dreams.“He said from the very beginning, ‘I'm going to play college football, and it's going to be Division 1,’” Anne Bironas said.It all started at Trinity High School, in Louisville.Rob Bironas was a soccer player with a kick that caught the attention of the football team. He eventually walked on to Auburn University and Georgia Southern University.“He had decided that he was going to kick in the NFL and he got an agent for almost a year. Signed to the Tennessee Titans in 2005, his road to the NFL was not without adversity and had many stops along the way. Rob and Rachel lived a quiet life in Nashville. Their backyard became a practice field with pine trees and horse fences serving as goal posts. “The companies would send in shoes for the football players to try out,” Larry Bironas said. “Each box probably had, you know, $2,000, $3,000 worth of shoes that he would take the time to gather up, get the box, cart it home and either bring up to Louisville or have me bring to give to the teams. ©2020, Hearst Television Inc. on behalf of WLKY-TV. What fans didn't know was that he did it all injured.“His back would hurt so much that he couldn't get out of bed sometimes. Pester them, keep calling them and get in a couple of kicking combines, and that's the only way you're going to be seen,’" Larry Bironas said.Rob Bironas landed a spot on the Tennessee Titans roster in 2005 and didn't look back.He holds a franchise-record 11 game-winning field goals, including a historic 60-yarder with seven seconds left in a game. He was always -- he was all in, and he was going to hit the top usually in everything that he did. Rob’s career is marked with impressive football accomplishments. On June 28 of this year, Rachel Bradshaw became Mrs. Bironas on a beautiful summer evening in Dallas, TX. obits.tennessean.com/obituaries/tennessean/obituary.aspx?pid=172550285 Bironas played nine seasons with Tennessee, until general manager Ruston Webster and new coach Ken Whisenhunt let him go last spring despite his having made 25 of … “Each box probably had, you know, $2,000, $3,000 worth of shoes that he would take the time to gather up, get the box, cart it home and either bring up to Louisville or have me bring to give to the teams.". James Robert Douglas Bironas was born in Louisville, Kentucky on January 29, 1978 to Larry and Anne Bironas during an infamous snowstorm. Rob and Rachel’s four dogs, Titan, Buster, Bella and Bianca are their beloved four-legged children. He loved football, but mostly he loved his life, his community, his wife, his son, and his friends and family.
And Rob knew how to adjust – how to navigate so that the results were intentional. He was a member of the Charleston Swamp Foxes, Carolina Cobras, and the New York Dragons before achieving success with the Tennessee Titans. For now, the details are public while the judge makes his decision. "Rob Bironas participated in 83 benefits during one off-season.