Rocky Boiman Is a Super Bowl Champion and Seven-year NFL Veteran. A former Captain and three year starting linebacker at Notre Dame, Rocky was drafted in 2002 by the Tennessee Titans. At Notre Dame, Rocky was a Pre-Season All American in 2001 and finished his career with 144 tackles. He graduated from Notre Dame in four years with a Pre-Med/Psychology degree.
Rocky played four years with the Titans and then went on to play 2 years with the Indianapolis Colts where in 2006 he was a key contributor on the Colts team that went on to win Super Bowl XLI. He then moved on to the Chiefs in 2008 where he was a full-time starter and defensive captain. Rocky finished his NFL career with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2009. Rocky holds the Oilers/Titans single season franchise record with 28 special teams tackles and in 2003 he was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week.
After his retirement, Rocky moved directly into broadcasting, covering the Bengals and local high school football in his hometown of Cincinnati. In 2011, he attended the NFL Broadcast Bootcamp and after his stellar performance, he was selected to do a week of NFL studio coverage for SKY Sports in London. Rocky also worked for BBC Radio in 2011 doing color commentary for 3 NFL games, including Super Bowl XLVI.