Who is Justin Herbert’s Girlfriend?
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Justin Herbert was critically misevaluated heading into the 2020 NFL Draft and many scouts considered the former Oregon Ducks star quarterback as a likely bust candidate.

Well, the Los Angeles Chargers didn’t listen to the naysayers, and ended up selecting the strong-armed signal caller with the sixth-overall pick.

That was potentially a franchise-altering move for the Bolts. Herbert stepped into the spotlight as a rookie and absolutely dominated.

And it wasn’t only on the field that Herbert was exceeding expectations. He’s also been linked to a sports reporter off it.

Who is Justin Herbert’s Girlfriend?

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Although American football quarterback Justin Herbert and Monster Energy model Rylee Jean Kirk never made a public appearance together, rumors swirled over a potential relationship between the two.

Those rumors started when they followed one another on social media. However, Herbert’s representatives denied any such relationship.


Today, it appears Herbert’s love life is gaining steam. The LA Chargers QB has been linked to NFL Network reporter Taylor Bisciotti. The two have reportedly been seen around Los Angeles together, although they haven’t confirmed a relationship.

Justin Herbert’s Football Career

Justin Herbert was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon, to parents Mark and Holly Herbert. He got to live his dream by playing college football for his beloved Oregon Ducks after starring at Sheldon High School.

The ties to UO run deep. His younger brother Patrick was also a football player for the Ducks as a tight end, and Herbert’s grandfather Rich Schwab was a wide receiver for the Pac-12 program in the 1960s.


Herbert played four seasons at the University of Oregon, throwing for over 10,000 passing yards, 95 touchdown passes and 23 interceptions.

During his senior season he led the Ducks to a Rose Bowl victory and took home the bowl game’s MVP award. He also earned the William V. Campbell Trophy, showcasing his strong work ethic both on and off the field.

Herbert was a first-round draft pick by the Los Angeles Chargers in the 2020 NFL Draft, where he was expected to serve in a backup capacity as a rookie.

However, a bizarre injury to starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor threw Herbert into the mix early on in his first year in the league.

Herbert took the challenge in stride and stunned the NFL en route to throwing 31 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions. While the Chargers were still far from elite, they knew they found their quarterback of the future and an NFL star.


Chargers QB Justin Herbert was named the 2020 Offensive Rookie of the Year, and hasn’t missed a beat so far under new head coach Brandon Staley. The Chargers signal caller may still be young, but he’s more than capable of going toe to toe with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Derek Carr and the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday Night Football on ESPN.

The Super Bowl certainly seems a long way away, but with Herbert under center, it no longer looks like a mere pipe dream in L.A.

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Karl Rasmussen is a sports writer living in Brooklyn, NY. He studied journalism at the University of Oregon and is an avid fan of the Oregon Ducks, Portland Trail Blazers, New York Yankees and New York Jets.
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