Matt Cassel [CASS-ul] (born May 17, 1982, in Northridge, California) is an American football quarterback for the New England Patriots of the NFL. And was a free agent and signed by the Kansas Chiefs in 2009 and they went to their first playoff game (in some years) in his second year with the Chiefs. Matt was a member of the Northridge, California baseball team that reached the finals of the 1994 Little League World Series. Matt attended Chatsworth High School (Chatsworth, California) and was a letterman and standout in football and baseball. As a senior, he was ranked as the #8 QB and overall #53 of the top high school players in the nation in ESPN’s Tom Lemming’s Top 100, with notes stating he was a “Pro-style pocket passer with a very strong, accurate delivery.” As of July 2007, and despite years in the NCAA and NFL, high school remains the last time Matt was a starting quarterback until he was traded to the Chiefs and being the started for the last two years.

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Some football players don’t want to rival their shoe size?

But they well rival their height and weight, and we can determine their shoe size with a standard measurement scale.

So Matt Cassel (was the starting quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs) is 6’5” and his weight is 230 pounds, he should be a size 15 in shoe size.

Some interesting information about Matt Cassell then and now a career, but Yes, we carry Matt’s shoe size.

We go to a 20 in men’s length and 15 in women’s length as well.

Now if Steve needs a wider width?

We have up to 14 E widths in our line of shoes, and that is in Men’s and Women’s as well.

Matt Cassel [CASS-ul] (born May 17, 1982, in Northridge, California) is an American football quarterback for the New England Patriots of the NFL.

And as a free agent and signed by the Kansas Chiefs in 2009 and they went to their first playoff game (in some years) in his second year with the Chiefs.

Matt was a member of the Northridge, California baseball team that reached the finals of the 1994 Little League World Series.

Matt attended Chatsworth High School (Chatsworth, California) and was a letterman and standout in football and baseball.

As a senior, he was ranked as the #8 QB and overall #53 of the top high school players in the nation in ESPN’s Tom Lemming’s Top 100, with notes stating he was a “Pro-style pocket passer with a very strong, accurate delivery.”

As of July 2007, and despite years in the NCAA and NFL, the high school remains the last time Matt was a starting quarterback until he was traded to the Chiefs and being the starter for the last two years.

Matt spent all of his time at USC as a backup behind Heisman Trophy winners Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart.

Matt was the backup for Palmer during his Heisman-winning 2002 season.

In the fall, Matt lost the battle for the starting position to the previously 3rd string quarterback Leinart.

As a result of Leinart’s success, Matt spent time at tight end, even making his lone collegiate start at that position.

He eventually returned to the quarterback position and was once again the backup QB during the 2003 and 2004 seasons.

He is the only football player in history to have backed up two Heisman winning quarterbacks.

(In his first season in New England, he was third on the Patriots’ depth chart behind Heisman winner Doug Flutie; in 2006 he was third, behind yet another Heisman winner, Vinny Testaverde.

Matt was selected in the seventh round of the 2005 NFL Draft and the 230th choice overall by the New England Patriots, ahead of more accomplished college quarterbacks such as Timmy Chang and Heisman winner Jason White.

As Tom Brady had done in 2000, when he was a late-round draft choice, Matt worked hard in training camp and made the team, which resulted in the release of backup Rohan Davey.

Matt began the 2005 season third on the Patriots depth chart, behind Tom Brady and Doug Flutie.

He saw his first regular-season NFL action in the closing minutes of the Patriots’ 41-17 loss to the San Diego Chargers on October 2, 2005.

Going 2-for-4 for 15 yards and throwing an interception.

In the Patriots’ final game of the 2005 regular season.

A 28-26 loss to the Miami Dolphins on January 1, 2006.

Matt played the final three-quarters.

Though he was sacked for a safety,.

He threw two touchdown passes, one to Tim Dwight, and the second to Benjamin Watson.

The pass to Dwight set up Doug Flutie’s drop-kick goal (the first such goal since 1941).

Following Flutie’s retirement in the 2006 off-season, Matt moved up to second on the Patriots’ depth chart.

Although the Patriots considered signing a veteran quarterback to compete with him, Matt played well in preseason and became the primary backup to Tom Brady.

In week 16 of the 2006 season, after injuries to Josh Miller and Ken Walter, Matt assumed duties as a holder for kicker Stephen Gostkowski.

In week 7 of the 2007 season, Matt’s 2nd pass was intercepted by Jason Taylor of the Miami Dolphins.

Returned for a touchdown.

The next week, he rebounded by running for a 15-yard touchdown.

In week 8 of the 2007 season, Matt capped off a 52 to 7 blowout of the Washington Redskins with a memorable 15-yard touchdown run in which he dove over two Redskins defenders.

His older brother, Jack, is a pitcher in the San Diego Padres organization.

His younger brother, Justin, is a pitcher on the Winston-Salem Warthogs, a Low-A baseball affiliate of the Chicago White Sox.

Let’s talk about we consider extra wide widths for Men and Ladies.

2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E in men and ladies styles

Why is wiggle room so crucial in these widths?

In addition to our enormous selection of styles, sizes, and widths, DTF Footwear has carved out a unique niche in our industry, helping us stand out from our competitors and increase. 

Besides top-notch customer service, we take pride in supplying a superior product backed with proper fit insurance. 

Whether your foot ailments stem from an orthopedic nature or a therapeutic one, we have the right product for you. 

We value work built to last and modified to suit specific medical needs.

 From added support and stabilized balance to extra toe width and heel height, DTF covers it all without sacrificing style

We offer a 3 to 1 combination when women need a narrower width at the heel. 

We’re one of the few e-commerce businesses offering wide widths with extended bottoms and airflow heel systems

If you’re wearing an AFO and want more options in terms of style, we’ve considered your needs as well. 

 We’ve done our best to leave no stone unturned! 

In Conclusion,

More about this extended bottom concept:

(1) Why Bottom Extensions Are Important – YouTube

 Extended bottoms give you the fullest width and support, more than any other shoe company out there.  

Then, EXTENDED BOTTOMS IN ALL WIDTHS AND VERY IMPORTANT FOR THOSE 6 E 7 E 9 E 10 E 14 E WIDTHS 

For example, if you have a 6E width, you will have a 7E bottom for us.

No hangover dealing with the bottom of your feet: That means we give you width in the upper of the shoe and width dealing with the base (outsole) of the shoe.

Here is a view of more blogs dealing with extended bottoms:

1) ORTHOPEDIC/THERAPEUTIC DESIGNER FULL LASTED, INTER STRENGTH CONSTRUCTED MOLDING FOUNDATION, EXTENDED BOTTOMS 

2) 10 Tips On How To Keep Your Feet From Aching. How proper footwear that has widths, depth,

3) Does Wide Shoe Have to Be Ugly in Appearances? – DTF – Designer Therapeutic Footwear (dtfootwear.com)

Thank you,

Ron Heinlein | President/Founder | Cell # 909-215-1622 | heinleinron@yahoo.com

Been in the footwear business for over 50 years and been trained by the best in the Therapeutic/Orthopedic world.

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