Patrick Queen: Girlfriend, Contract & Net worth

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Patrick Queen, who was voted as the “Media Good Guy” for the 2022 season, is an American football inside linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL. 

The soft-spoken video game lover was drafted in the 2020 NFL Draft as 28th overall by the Ravens after playing collegiate football at Louisiana State University. 

Patrick had his best season in 2022, with career highs in sacks (5), tackles (117), interceptions (2), and passes defended (6). 

After the completion of the season, Queen stated that he will remember the progress that his team made, utilize it, and give his best next year. 

Nonetheless, his future with the Baltimore Ravens remains undecided. Ravens has until May 1 to pick him for the fifth-year option (for 2024) or to end his term. 

Patrick Queen Fishing
Patrick Queen Fishing (Source: Instagram)

Likewise, his love life and relationship have also been the topic of discussion among fans and followers. 

The following article will give you a deeper understanding of Patrick Queen, his personal life, career, net worth, relationship, and family. 

First, let’s look at his quick fact.

Quick Facts 

Full Name Patrick Queen
Birth Date August 13, 1999
Birth Place Ventress, Louisiana, USA
Nick Name Pat
Age 48 years old
Nationality American
Ethnicity African-American 
Religion  Not Available
Education False River Academy and Livonia High School
Horoscope Leo
Father’s Name Dwayne Queen 
Mother’s Name Mary Sue Queen 
Siblings 3 Step-Sisters
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight 237 lb (108 kg)
Shoe Size Not Available 
Hair Color Black 
Eye Color Dark Brown 
Marital Status Unmarried
Girlfriend Kaitlyn Ceasar
Children Not Yet
Profession Professional NFL Player
Position Inside Linebacker
Net worth $1- $5 Million 
NBA Draft 2020 / Round: 1 / Pick: 28
Career Earnings $12,161,671
Jersey Number No. 6 – Baltimore Ravens
Merch Signed Card, Signed Helmet 
Social Media Instagram, Twitter
Last Update July 2024

Early Life & Family Details 

Patrick Queen was born on August 13, 1999, in the beautiful city of Ventress, Louisiana, United States.  

The Louisiana native was born to Dwayne and Mary Sue Queen as the youngest and only son among four siblings. 

As a middle school student at False River Academy, he played football before moving on to high school. 

According to his father, Patrick was a great player since the start and only got better in high school. However, he didn’t want him to develop vanity and always made him stay humble. 

During his time at Livonia High School, he played both linebacker and running back on the football team.

His team went on to win the 2014 state championship, where he played a crucial role. Moreover, Queen received first-team honors as a cornerback in the 2014 National Combine.

During his senior year in 2016, he rushed for 1,487 yards and 19 touchdowns on offense and had 66 tackles.

His Father Trained Him

The athlete was raised playing ball and was shaped by his dad through criticism and encouragement. 

More than praise and glory, his father gave him tough love and inspired him to train every day. 

Mr. Dwayne was once a Louisiana prep standout with dreams of making it to the NFL.

In fact, he played for Nicholls State but had to set his ambitions aside when his future wife became pregnant and had to search for a steady job. 

Nevertheless, he didn’t let his dream die down and instead envisioned it through the eyes of his son, Patrick.

Queen was taught to dribble a basketball at five and hit baseballs at eight.

He was even assigned to pull a weighted sled up and down a levy along the Mississippi River, which showed the level of training he went through as a child.

Hence, his work spoke for itself as he started playing with more skill and poise than other classmates.

Physical Appreance

Patrick has a decent physical structure, with a 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) height, which is slightly less than the average football player. 

Moreover, the NFL player weighs around 237 lb (108 kg). 

College Career

Patrick Queen had relatively few offers despite his four-star prospect rating, among which he chose Louisiana State University (LSU). 

He committed to the university on February 28, 2016, and became the first athlete from Livonia to receive a scholarship program from LSU.

Patrick played for the LSU Tigers Football and made six tackles in 12 games as a freshman.

Moreover, his sophomore season ended with 40 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss, and a sack.  

In his junior year, Queen made it to the watchlist for the Butkus Award.

He finished the regular season with 2.5 sacks, 69 tackles (eight for a loss), two breakups, three pass deflections, a fumble recovery, and an interception. 

In the 2020 National Championship Game, he made eight tackles, 2.5 for a loss, and a combined sack against Clemson. As a result, he was named the Defensive MVP.

Furthermore, Patrick decided to forego his senior season and went through the 2020 NFL Draft instead.

Professional Career

The Baltimore Ravens selected Patrick Queen with the 28th pick in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

He became the first LSU player the Ravens have ever drafted.

A 38–6 win over the Cleveland Browns marked Queen’s professional debut, where he recorded eight tackles, a sack, and a forced fumble.

In Week 5 against the Cincinnati Bengals, Queen led the team with nine tackles and recorded a strip sack on former LSU teammate Joe Burrow.

In addition, he also recovered and recovered a fumble lost by Mike Thomas, which he returned for a 53-yard touchdown during the 27–3 win.

On October 14, 2020, the player received the AFC Defensive Player of the Week award for his week five performance. 

The team placed him on the reserve/COVID-19 list on November 3, 2020, and activated him after four days. 

Patrick Queen On The Field (Source: DraftSharks)
Patrick Queen On The Field (Source: DraftSharks)

During the 34–17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 13, Queen made his first career interception. 

In the 2021 season, he played 17 games and made 98 total tackles, 2 sacks, and 1 forced fumble. 

Likewise, the 2022 season saw him playing 17 games, 5 sacks, 2 fumbles recovered, and 6 passes defended. 

Baltimore Ravens finished the regular 2022 season with a 10-7 record and made the playoff as the No. 6 seed in the AFC.

However, in the AFC playoff, the team lost in the Wild Card round to the Cincinnati Bengals at 24-17.

Awards And Achievements

  • CFP national champion (2019)
  • CFP National Championship Game Defensive MVP (2019)
  • PFWA All-Rookie Team (2020)

Love Life & Girlfriend

Patrick Queen likes to stay private when it comes to his girlfriend and love life. 

However, the official twitter account of NFL Draft Diamonds revealed that he was dating the gymnast Christina Desiderio in 2020. 

In a twist of event, on February 21, 2022, the linebacker posted a picture on Instagram with a lady named Kaitlyn Ceasar, his new girlfriend. 

He gave a cute caption along with their photo, which said, “Solid. Loyal. Beautiful. Smart. You making loving easy. Happy Birthday to my rock. My QUEEN ❤️”. 

Patrick Queen with Kait
Patrick Queen with Kaityn (Source: Instagram) 

Kaitlyn is a digital creator with over 14.6K followers on Instagram, where she posts pictures of her lifestyle and fashion. 

In addition, she is a student nurse, has an eyelash business, and identifies herself as an ‘alpha woman.’ 

Social Media Presence

In this modern period of time, it’s very rare to find a celebrity who stays away from social media.

Patrick Queen is no different; he uses Instagram as well as Twitter. 

If you desire to stay connected with this football player, then you can follow him on his official Instagram and Twitter accounts. 


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A post shared by Patrick Queen (@pqueen.8)

He is quite active there and gives updates about his personal and professional life. 

Instagram: 169K

Twitter: 87.1K

What Is The Net Worth Of Patrick Queen?

Talented football player Patrick Queen has an estimated net worth of $1-$5 million in 2023.

Patrick is one of the top-earning linebackers, making around $3 million every year. 

On July 22, 2020, Queen signed a four-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens worth $12,161,671, with a signing bonus of $6,404,852.

He was guaranteed $11,483,261, with an average annual wage of $3,040,418.

In 2023, the star will collect a base salary of $2,268,410 while carrying a cap hit of $3,869,623.  

Patrick also earns through brand endorsement and sponsorship. Currently, the athlete is endorsed by Body Armor and Plates Hub. 

Three Interesting Facts About Patrick Queen 

  • Patrick Queen changed his jersey number from 48 to 6 in 2021.
  • He was named after his father’s lifelong friend, who died of leukemia.
  • Patrick is also a good baseball player, as he was offered to play college baseball before deciding to pursue football. 

Popularity Graph

The inside linebacker of the Baltimore Raven’s popularity has grown over the year. With a beautiful season, his interest over time has raised significantly. 


Patrick Queen Search Graph 2023
Patrick Queen Search Graph 2023 (Source: Google Trend)

The graph shows her search trend for 12 months. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is Patrick Queen Number 6?

After the NFL's jersey number rules was relaxed, Patrick changed his number from 48 to 6 in 2021.

Is Patrick Queen injured?

Even though, he had a minor thigh bruise in December, 2022, Queen is doing fine.

How much will Patrick Queen make in 2023?

In 2023, Patrick will earn a base salary of $2,268,410 while carrying a cap hit of $3,869,623.  

Jelsa Dahal
Jelsa Dahal
Hi, I am Jelsa an editor at Players Bio. I also write articles during my free time as a freelance writer. Players and the life of celebs interest me. I have been in the world of Digital Marketing for more than a year now.

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