Bryn Renner

Baltimore Ravens- QB

Since Bryn Renner and RSR have teamed up, they’ve built a strong relationship. After remaining unsigned in the 2014 NFL Draft, Bryn signed as a free agent with the Denver Broncos, where he was able to learn and develop his skills as a quarterback. Bryn struggled for a couple of years to remain on a team. After he was waived by the Broncos, he joined the Arizona Rattlers of the Arena Football League. He then signed with the Baltimore Ravens, participating on their practice squad before being promoted to the active roster. He was then released and ended his 2015 season on the Tennessee Titans practice squad. Bryn and RSR didn’t give up, and he signed with the San Diego Chargers for the 2016 preseason. After the San Diego Chargers released Bryn, RSR worked the phones and got him an opportunity in preseason with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

At the University of North Carolina, Bryn set the all-time single season touchdown pass record with 28 touchdowns in 2012. He holds the school record for career 300-yard passing games with 10, ranks second in school history in career passing touchdowns and third in career passing yards.

"Rob Roche's expertise, energy, and professionalism are the main reasons why I enjoy him representing me in my pro career."

Bryn Renner — Baltimore Ravens- QB