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Marquis Floyd was born on 17 March, 1980 in Monroe, Georgia, United States, is an American football cornerback. At 40 years old, Marquis Floyd height is 6 ft 0 in (183.0 cm).

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Marquis Floyd Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 17 March 1980
Birthday 17 March
Birthplace Monroe, Georgia, United States
Nationality United States

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In 2011, Floyd signed with the Arizona Rattlers. Floyd has been a part of the Rattlers back-to-back-to-back ArenaBowl Championships in 2012, 2013 and 2014. On June 21, 2016, Floyd was placed on recallable reassignment.


On September 5, 2009, Floyd was waived by the team during final cuts.

On September 6, 2009, Floyd was claimed off of waivers and signed to the active roster. He was waived on September 22. He was signed back onto the Cleveland Browns practice squad on September 24 after the team waived practice squad receiver Lance Leggett.

Floyd was signed to the Dallas Cowboys' practice squad on November 30, 2009. On January 18, 2010 Floyd signed a future contract with Dallas. He was waived on June 22.


On August 12, 2008, Floyd was signed by the Seattle Seahawks. He was waived by the team during final cuts on August 30 but was later re-signed to the team's practice squad.


In 2007, Floyd started all 16 games at defensive back. He was second on the team with six interceptions, third with 16 passes defensed and fourth with 56.0 tackles. He was the first player with two multi-interception games in the same season since Clevan Thomas in 2003. Floyd moved into seventh place on team's career interception list with nine. He tied for 10th in the league with 22 passes defensed. Floyd recorded his 100th career tackle. He had his second career interception return touchdown, 46 yards, along with a career-high seven tackles against the Storm. Floyd had the first two passes defensed of his career against the Crush. He registered his 55th career solo tackle, against the New Orleans VooDoo. Floyd made his second interception of the season, fifth career, against the Blaze. He had his first career two-interception game, against the Gladiators, to become the 12th player in franchise history with a multi-interception game. Floyd had his second two-interception game and moved into seventh on the franchise's career list with nine, also returned an onside kick 10-yards for a touchdown, at the Nashville Kats, his fifth career touchdown. He established a new career-high with three passes defensed against the Arizona Rattlers. Floyd matched his career-best with three passes defendsd at the Gladiators. In the 2007 postseason, he started all three games at defensive back. Floyd tied a team playoff record with two interceptions against the Rush. He had seven tackles and a playoff career-high tying two passes defensed in ArenaBowl XXI against the Destroyers.

On August 14, 2007, Floyd was re-signed by the SaberCats.


In 2006, Floyd played in 13 games his rookie season. He finished second on team with 46.5 tackles and tied for second with three interceptions. Foyde returned his first career interception for a touchdown. He tied for third in the league with four forced fumbles. Floyd had 203 yards and a touchdown on 21 receptions and scored a rush touchdown on two attempts. He spent two games on Injured Reserve with a groin injury.


In 2005, Floyd played in all 16 games for the Rio Grande Valley Dorados earning af2 Ironman of the Year honors. He recorded a team-best 101 receptions for 1,452 yards and 29 touchdowns with 23 rush yards and four touchdowns on 20 carries. Floyd caught at least one touchdown pass in all 16 games. He placed fourth in the league with nine interceptions. Floyd added 47.0 tackles, 42 solo, 11 passes defensed and two forced fumbles. He earned league weekly recognition twice and was named player of the game seven times.

On October 10, 2005, Floyd signed with the San Jose SaberCats of the Arena Football League.


Floyd began his professional career playing in 16 games with the Tennessee Valley Vipers of af2 in 2004. He led team with 17 passes defensed while posting 37.0 tackles, 27 solo and two fumble recoveries. Floyd had 20 receptions for 242 yards and three touchdowns and ran for seven yards and two touchdowns.


Floyd attended the University of West Georgia, where he was a three-time American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) All-American. He led the Braves in interceptions in each of his last three seasons and holds the school record for career interceptions with 19. Floyd recorded 231 tackles, 164 solo during his four seasons. He holds the school's all-time punt return yards record with 982 on 125 returns. Floyd ended his college career participating in the 2003 Cactus Bowl Division II all-star classic in Kingsville, Texas. Floyd was named Team MVP his senior year.


Marquis Floyd (born March 17, 1980) is an American football cornerback who is currently a free agent. He was signed by the Tennessee Valley Vipers as a street free agent in 2004. He played college football at West Georgia.