Brian Noble (American football)
September 6, 1962|
|NFL draft||1985 / Round: 5 / Pick: 125|
|1985–1993||Green Bay Packers|
Brian Noble (born September 6, 1962, Anaheim, California) is a former American football linebacker who played for the Green Bay Packers from 1985-1993. After retiring from the National Football League, Noble went on to produce his own outdoor television program called Hitting the Outdoors which aired throughout the Midwest. Noble also owned the Green Bay Blizzard until October, 2009, which played in the af2. Brian and his wife Cindy are the co-founders of a 501(c)(3) corporation "A Noble Cause" for kids with cancer which raises money for children and their families dealing with cancer by selling multi-colored cancer awareness bracelets. Brian and Cindy have four daughters, and as of June 11, 2008, the entire family lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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