Michael Oher is not married. According to his 2012 autobiography, "I Beat the Odds: From Homelessness, to The Blind Side, and Beyond," Oher hopes to get married and have children some day.
Oher is a professional football player. Oher gained notoriety outside of the NFL when Michael Lewis wrote about Oher in the book "Blindside: Evolution of a Game." Oher became more well-known with the release of "The Blind Side," a film adaptation of Lewis's book.
Oher, whose biological mother was an alcoholic and a drug addict, was neglected as a child. He started playing football in high school. Despite struggles with his schoolwork, he was awarded an athletic scholarship to the University of Mississippi. After he graduated in 2009, Oher was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens. As of 2015, Oher plays offensive tackle for the Carolina Panthers.