Former Falcons tight end Alge Crumpler is enjoying parenthood with his wife. Alge Crumpler wife name is Jennifer; the pair were college sweethearts for 13 years. Together, the couple has three daughters: Kendal, Ava, and Campbell.
Algernon Darius Crumpler, a.k.a. Alge Crumpler, born on December 23, 1977, is a former professional American football player. He was a tight end in the NFL for ten seasons.
The Atlanta Falcons selected him in the second round of the 2001 NFL Draft. The star player played college football for North Carolina before entering the NFL.
Alge Crumpler is a legendary figure both on and off the field. He was a four-time All-Pro tight end with a decade-long NFL career playing for the Falcons, Patriots, Titans, and Jaguars.
After retiring from professional football, he has been working as an analyst for the ACC Network, where he shares his knowledge and expertise about football.
Alge is the son of Carlester Crumpler, a former East Carolina University player. He is also the younger brother of Carlester Crumpler Jr., who played as a tight end for the Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings.
Alge met his wife, Jenn, at the University of North Carolina during their college days. The couple have three daughters together. Apart from her husband’s mention on Twitter and other social media, little is known about Jenn.
However, it is known that Alge Crumpler wife is an Oprah fan. Alge pulled off a Christmas Day surprise by buying Oprah’s Favorite extravaganza with everything on the list for his wife.
Jenn is Crumpler’s support system. She has been there for him in his worst and the best. While Crumpler tried to return to his shape, she motivated him.
In Crumpler’s consultation with Emory Healthcare, she stated that when he sets a goal, he’s going to hit that goal. Further, he doesn’t want to tell anybody he didn’t reach something he was going for.
Crumpler and his family currently reside in Suwanee, GA. He drives his 42-foot RV to North Carolina to watch Tar Heels home games in the fall.
Crumpler jokingly confessed that he took his daughters at the Texans game, and the two youngest read a book through the entire game. Except when people got up and did the Whip/Nae Nae dance.
Crumpler enjoys parenthood. He says he can attend his kids’ sports and dance recitals.
The couple is giving their all to raise their daughters. They like to keep their daughters out of the limelight and don’t want the fame to get to them.
Crumpler’s Mental Health
Alge’s post-retirement experience was traumatic. He rapidly put on weight. He developed arthritis, prediabetes, high blood pressure, and ongoing back and knee discomfort.
Crumpler was not worried about his appearance but about his mental well-being. He lost his sense of purpose and felt like the days were passing him by. He had trouble joining in on family outings.
Emory Healthcare helped Crumpler regain his feet after consultations with him and his wife.
Alge’s health journey was documented for over four years, starting in 2018. His family, friends, and medical team have helped him. He has returned to living his best life after four years of commitment, giving, and effort.