Max Jean-Gilles, Philadelphia Eagles offensive guard

Max Jean-Gilles is an American football guard who formerly played for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League (NFL). He is born of Haitian parents but was born in the US. This was during one of those times when the country of Haiti was experiencing a great deal of problems with its leaders leading to constant attacks and demonstrations and dictator leaders who made most of the citizens to seek refuge in the only places they could get safety.


They thus moved into the US where Max Jean-Gilles was born and raised. He has grown to know and love the game of football where he has shown exceptional talent and where he has shown a great deal of talent. He attended college at the University of Georgia where he also joined the football team and where he nurtured his talent in playing the game.

Jean-Gilles was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft where he became a great player and where he also was able to easily make a great number of fans. He is regarded as one of the best players there is and as such he has a great future ahead of him.

Currently Max Jean-Gilles plays as a free agent for various teams where he is signed for short durations of time and where he has over the last few years been able to make great shows by giving the various teams he has been playing for great chances and winnings. He has had various issues with his weight where he has had to go for lap surgery in order to lose weight. He also has a son Marcus.

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