Trent Dilfer is football quarterback in the national football league. He was playing the college football for California State University. He was a pro-bowl choice jointly with the Buccaneers in the year 1997 jointly with Ravens in the super bowl of XXXV. Dilfer went to Aptos High School of California. Trent Dilfer while attending Fresno State, he began to play as quarterback for 21/2 season. He helped the Fresno State to win and to share the title for conference for 3 seasons which are straight with two bowl games. During his junior time, he revealed efficacy at the amount of being called the WAC offensive Player of the Year. He establish the NCCAA record two times for the pass efforts and there was no interception and this continued until the year 2007. When Andre Woodson of Kentucky broke his record, he determined that it was time to visit the 1994 NFL Draft for senior season. Trent Dilfer is residing at Saratoga in California or in San Francisco Bay Area. His wife is Cassandra Dilfer. She’s a former swimmer for Fresno state and they’ve three kids together, Delaney, Victoria and Madeleine. They had a son called Trevin but he expired. He perished due to the heart issues when he was 5 years old. Trent said that they may be still grieving due to this loss and he wept in public. Dilfer is a Christian. The reason behind this was because of losing the kid. Hasselbeck was the one that helped him to recuperate. When he signed with Baltimore, he played as the back-up of Tony Banks. When Banks lost two times with four straight weeks when he was unable to make an offensive touchdown, Ravens selected to replace Banks and Dilfer took his position. Seattle Seahawks signed up Dilfer to be a back-up for Matt Hasselbeck. When he was injured, he got the opportunity to play in his position. He also played for Cleveland browns and San Francisco 49ers.