Chris Anthony (American football)

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Chris Anthony is an Arena Football League wide receiver/linebacker for the New York Dragons. He played six seasons for the NewYork Dragons totalling over 100 regular season and post-season touchdowns. He also served as vice-president of the Arena Football League Players Association from 2008-2010. He attended Iowa State University where he played football and was a two-time team captain (1999, 2000) and two-time honorable mention All-Big 12 wide receiver (1998, 2000). He caught two touchdowns in Iowa State's first ever bowl victory over Pittsburgh in the 2000 bowl.[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

High School Years[edit]

Anthony attended Pleasant Valley High School in Riverdale, Iowa and was a letterman in football, basketball, baseball, and track. He was selected all-state in both football and basketball his senior year. [7]


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  2. ^ "Chris Anthony-Iowa State". 
  3. ^ "ESPN-Iowa State bowl". 
  4. ^ "Chris Anthony-Arena Football League statistics". 
  5. ^ "Chris Anthony-AFL photos". 
  6. ^ "Chris Anthony - Arena Football League". 
  7. ^ "Chris Anthony - Pleasant Valley High School".