Mark Walczak

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Mark Walczak
Date of birth (1962-04-26)April 26, 1962
Place of birth Rochester, New York
Career information
Position(s) Tight end
Height 6 ft 6 in (198 cm)
Weight 268 lb (122 kg)
College University of Arizona
Career history
As player
1987 Indianapolis Colts
1987 Buffalo Bills
1988 Phoenix Cardinals
1989–1991 San Diego Chargers

Mark Walczak is a former NFL professional Football player who played tight end and long snapper for five NFL seasons for the Indianapolis Colts, Buffalo Bills, Phoenix Cardinals, and San Diego Chargers.[1] In 2007 Mark has been inducted into the New York State Section 5 High School Football Hall of Fame. Since being retired from the NFL, Walczak has shifted his focus to building a successful Real Estate company, Az Real Estate Advisors, llc in Scottsdale Arizona. He also actively works to help improve the health of former professional athletes through promoting Sleep Apnea awareness for testing and treatment across the country. He has teamed up with several other former NFL greats in this effort. Mark and his associates have helped over 300 former players get successfully tested and treated for sleep apnea. Mark also makes himself available for public and corporate motivational speaking and various charitable fund raising events nationally.

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