The two-time Super Bowl champ played 11 seasons in the National Football League before retiring after the 2002 season.
While Cadrez walked away with two rings, his biggest success may have come off the field. The linebacker was married to actress and model Brande Roderick.
Glenn Cadrez Wife
Glenn E. Cadrez was previously married to former Playboy Playmate of the Year Brande Roderick.
The pair began dating in 2003, shortly after the conclusion of Cadrez’s career as an NFL player. The divorced couple has two children, sons Keaton and Kannon.
The former American football linebacker is also a father to three children from a past relationship with ex-wife Betsy Ellerbee-Cadrez, daughters Phoebee, Caylee and Tahnee.
Glenn and Betsy, both of whom hail from El Centro, California, reportedly split up after Cadrez had an affair with his future wife, Roderick.
In addition to her time with Playboy, Roderick also had a career as an actress. Roderick featured in various movies and TV shows, including Baywatch, Starsky & Hutch, Snoop Dogg’s Hood of Horror, The Apprentice, and Out of Control.
These days, Roderick works in real estate.
Cadrez founded the production company BloodWorks and also hosted a talk show on KROP radio called “The Saturday Morning Blitz,” on which he and his co-host discussed the NFL and high school games of the Valley.
Cadrez and Roderick are no longer married. Roderick is now in a relationship with Robert Renzoni, who owns a vineyard in Temecula, California.
Glenn Cadrez Football Career
Glenn Cadrez attended the University of Houston where he starred at the linebacker position. He was selected in the sixth round by the New York Jets in the 1992 NFL Draft.
The football player was used in a reserve role for the Jets, and was traded to the Denver Broncos during his fourth season in the NFL.
While in Denver, Cadrez won two Super Bowls, — Super Bowl XXXII in 1997 and Super Bowl XXXIII in 1998. He also won AFC Defensive Player of the Week with the Broncos during the 1998 campaign.
Cadrez remained in Denver until 2001 before joining the Kansas City Chiefs. He finished his NFL career in KC.