Chris Schultz

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Chris Schultz
Date of birth: (1960-02-16) February 16, 1960 (age 54)
Place of birth: Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Career information
Position(s): Offensive tackle
College: Arizona
NFL Draft: 1983 / Round: 7 / Pick: 189
Organizations
As player:
1983-1985
1986-1994
Dallas Cowboys
Toronto Argonauts (CFL)
Career highlights and awards
CFL All-Star: 1987, 1988
Career stats
Playing stats at NFL.com

Christopher "Chris" Schultz (born February 16, 1960 in Burlington, Ontario, Canada) is a retired National Football League and Canadian Football League player who played the offensive tackle position primarily with the CFL Toronto Argonauts. Schultz is currently a sportscaster with Canadian sports television channel TSN.

Early life and college career[edit]

After attending Aldershot High School in Burlington, Ontario, Schultz played college football in the United States at the University of Arizona. Chris was recruited by Arizona head coach Tony Mason as a defensive tackle but proved to be better as an offensive tackle. Schultz played offensive tackle in his senior year for the Wildcats.

Professional career[edit]

Following college, Schultz was drafted in the seventh round of the 1983 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys. Schultz played with the Cowboys from 1983 to 1985.

Schultz returned to Canada to play for the CFL Toronto Argonauts in 1986. He played in 124 games for the Argos over his nine-year career with the club.[1] Schultz was named a CFL All-Star twice (1987, 1988) and was a member of the Argos' 1991 Grey Cup championship team. In 2007, he was named to the Argos' all time team.

Post playing career[edit]

Schultz is currently a CFL football sportscaster on TSN's CFL on TSN show. Schultz also co-hosts a weekly one-hour sports radio program on TSN 1050 in Toronto called Football Sunday with Mike Hogan during the CFL and NFL seasons. He is also the NFL Insider for TSN.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Simmons, Steve (2007-07-05). "Pick of the Argos crop". SLAM! Sports. Retrieved 2007-07-17. 

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