|Date of Birth:||1987, October 15|
|Age:||32 years old|
|Height:||6 Feet 5 Inch|
|Birth Name||Vladimir Ducasse|
|Birth Place||Port-au-Prince, Haiti|
|Famous Name||Vladimir Ducasse|
|Currently Working For||Buffalo Bills|
|University attended||University of Massachusetts Amherst|
|School attended||Stamford High School|
Ducasse finished his collegiate career from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. His salary for the 2018 season is expected to be $2 million.
Vladimir Ducasse was born on 15th October 1987, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, to Delinois Ducasse and his wife. Furthermore, he has two elder brothers: Reginald and Macarthur, and two younger sisters: Jemima and Jefferey. At the tender age of five, Ducasse lost his mother.
In 2002, Ducasse along with his brother, Macarthur relocated to Connecticut to live with his aunt, Virginia, and uncle, Lezanoro Ducasse.
As per nationality, Ducasse is Haitian-American. He enrolled at Stamford High School, where he was a three-sport star in track, football, and basketball. In football, he played offensive line and was named First Team All-State by the Connecticut High School Coaches Association and First Team All-Fairfield County by the FCIAC Coaches.
Upon graduation, Ducasse attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst. As a redshirt, he saw action in four games as a reserve offensive lineman. The following season, he started 12 of 13 games and aided UMass’ line in allowing just 15 quarterback sacks in his 12 games.
Likewise, he started all games at left tackle and was part of offensive line that has allowed just 6 sacks, the fewest in the Colonial Athletic Association as well as second in the NCAA in his junior season. Overall, he finished his college career with 35 consecutive starts at left tackle.
In the 2010 NFL Draft, Ducasse was picked 61st in round two. On 7th July 2010, he signed his first official contract with Jets agreeing on a four-year deal worth $3.25 million, including a signing bonus just over $1 million.
During his rookie year, Ducasse played 2 matches and eventually helped the Jets into playoffs until losing to the Pittsburg Steelers in the AFC Championship. Then in following two seasons, he made 16 games appearances, playing left guard and right tackle prospectively.
After playing in all 16 games with 4 starts for the 2013 season, Ducasse became a free agent for the first time in his career after the season ended.
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On 24th March 2014, Ducasse penned a one-year contract with the Minnesota Vikings.
On 16th March 2015, Ducasse joined the Chicago Bears, agreeing on a one-year deal.
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Ducasse signed to the Baltimore Ravens on 16th May 2016. However, he was released by the Ravens on 3rd September 2016. The following month on 11th October, he was re-signed.
Ducasse signed a three-year contract with the Buffalo Bills on 9th March 2017. After being inactive for the first four games, he started the rest of the season at right guard in 2017.
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When it comes to his personal life, Vladimir Ducasse is a quite confidential person. He prefers to maintain his private life low key as well as far from media’s attention. Though he is married and has children, Ducasse has never disclosed the information about his family nor has posted any photos on social sites.
His father and siblings still reside in Haiti and were affected by the 2010 earthquake.
In 2017, Ducasse signed a three-year contract with Buffalo Bills worth $3.5 million including $250,000 signing bonus, $1.1 million guaranteed with an average annual salary of $1,166,667. As of 2018, he will receive a base salary of $1,300,00 with an incentive bonus of $1,50,000. Likewise, his base salary for 2019 is estimated $2 million.
Presently, the exact figure of his net worth is under review.