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Chris Greisen was born on 2 July, 1976 in Berlin, is an American football player, quarterback. Discover Chris Greisen's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 44 years old?

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Age 45 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 2 July 1976
Birthday 2 July
Birthplace Berlin

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Chris Greisen Height, Weight & Measurements

At 45 years old, Chris Greisen height is 1.91 m .

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His wife is Shannon Greisen

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Children Patrick Greisen, Michaela Greisen, Andrew Greisen, Hannah Greisen

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Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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After retiring from professional football, Greisen became active in the local prep football coaching scene in the Green Bay, Wisconsin area, serving as an assistant coach for Notre Dame Academy, Green Bay Southwest High School and Freedom High School before accepting his first head coaching position, at West De Pere High School, in April 2020.


His 5,139 yards passing broke the AFL's record for yards in a season. In the first round of the playoffs, the Iron beat the Chicago Rush to advance to the Arena Football League's conference championship, but lost to the eventual ArenaBowl champion Spokane Shock 60–57.


On March 15, 2012, Greisen was declared a free agent. He returned to the Destroyers for the 2012 season, which was cut short due to financial shortfalls; it was his last stint in professional football.


In 2011, Greisen returned to the United Football League to play for the Virginia Destroyers, who assumed rights over the Tuskers' players when the team folded. He officially signed with the Destroyers on June 16. In the shortened-season, Greisen led the Destroyers to a 3-1 record, with the one loss coming in the season finale against the Sacramento Mountain Lions in a game he sat out most of due to injury.

He helped lead the Destroyers to the 2011 UFL Championship Game, his third consecutive appearance in the UFL Championship game. Greisen completed 21 of 31 passes for 154 yards, as Virginia won the game 17-3.

On December 14, 2011, he was signed to the Cowboys practice squad after backup quarterback Jon Kitna was placed on the injured reserve list with a back injury. Despite first appearing in the NFL in the 1999 season, Greisen maintained practice squad eligibility because he had been active for only eight NFL games, which was less than the nine games limit. On December 31, he was promoted to the active roster. He was declared inactive for the season finale against the New York Giants as the team's third-string quarterback. He wasn't re-signed after the season.


Following the conclusion of the 2009 UFL season, Greisen returned to the AFL who had resumed operations. He signed with his hometown team, the Milwaukee Iron on January 2, 2010. He led the Iron to an 11-5 record and the Midwest Division championship. On the year, he posted a 128.2 passer rating (led the league), 382-for-563 completions (67.9%) with 107 touchdowns (second in the league) and 11 interceptions.

After the 2010 season, Greisen had completed 69.9 percent of his passes in his Arena Football career with 15,108 yards, 324 touchdowns and 40 interceptions.

Following the conclusion of the 2010 AFL season, Greisen re-signed with the Florida Tuskers for the 2010 UFL season. Although he was the backup quarterback behind Brooks Bollinger. He took over the starting position after Bollinger was injured, while helping the team win the last three games.

In the regular season, he posted a 97.5 passer rating, 58-for-84 completions for 664 yards, 5 touchdowns and 3 interceptions. In the 2010 UFL Championship Game 20-23 loss against the Las Vegas Locomotives, he was 24-for-42 for 346 passing yards and two rushing touchdowns.

On December 27, 2010, he was signed by the Dallas Cowboys' practice squad, to provide depth in case starting quarterback John Kitna could not play because of an oblique muscle injury. On December 31, he was promoted to the active roster for the season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles, in which he did not play as a backup to Stephen McGee.


On August 25, 2009, Greisen signed with the Florida Tuskers for the inaugural season of the United Football League. As the backup quarterback behind Brooks Bollinger, he registered 13-of-20 completions for 116 yards and one touchdown.


In 2008, although the team started the year with a 3–5 mark, it finished with a 10–6 record and once again won the Southern Division championship. But after a first round bye in the playoffs, the team lost 73-70 to the Cleveland Gladiators in the Divisional Round, the team's second straight home playoff loss. On the year, Greisen was 399-for-585 (68.2%), 4,956 yards, 97 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. He played with the team until the league folded in 2009.


In 2007, he was inducted into the Northwest Missouri State M-Club Hall of Fame. In 2012, he was inducted into the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Hall of Fame.

In 2007, after spending two seasons as the backup quarterback for the Desperados, Greisen signed with the Georgia Force. The team finished the regular season with a 14-2 record and won the Southern Division championship. Georgia hosted the National Conference Championship, but lost 66–56 to the Columbus Destroyers. On the season, Greisen completed 74 percent of his passes (393-for-531) with 117 touchdowns, 12 interceptions, and 4,871 yards. His 117 touchdowns were the AFL single season record until it was broken by Tommy Grady in 2012 (142 touchdowns).


In 2005, Greisen signed a two-year contract with the AFL's Dallas Desperados, to serve as the team's backup behind Clint Stoerner and later Clint Dolezel. In two seasons, he threw 11-of-16 completions for 142 yards, 3 touchdowns and no interceptions. Greisen became a free agent after the 2006 season.


In 2004, Greisen joined the af2's Green Bay Blizzard. The af2 was the Arena Football League development league. He threw for 2,718 yards and 61 touchdowns.


In 2003, he signed with the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe. He shared the starting quarterback position with Nick Rolovich, playing most of the times in the second and fourth quarters of the games. He posted 76-of-131 completions for 843 yards, 10 touchdowns and 5 interceptions, while helping the team reach the World Bowl XI.


On December 18, 2002, he was signed to the Washington Redskins' practice squad. He wasn't re-signed after the season.


In 2001, he was declared inactive in all of the regular-season games. In 2002, he was passed on the depth chart by rookies Josh McCown and Preston Parsons, leading to his release on September 1.


Greisen was selected by the Arizona Cardinals in the seventh round (239th overall) of the 1999 NFL Draft. As the third-string quarterback behind Jake Plummer and Dave Brown, he appeared in a total of five games between the 1999 and 2000 seasons, while completing 7 of his 16 pass attempts for one touchdown and no interceptions.


As a senior in 1998, he recorded 200-of-332 completions for 2,937 yards, 25 passing touchdowns and 5 rushing touchdowns. He also led the Bearcats to a 15-0 mark and their first ever NCAA Division II Football Championship.

He compiled a career 27-1 winning record, graduated with 9 school passing records, including being first on the All-time list for single-season touchdowns (25) and passing yards (2,937). He earned Academic All-MIAA honors as a sophomore, while taking MIAA Player of the Year honors in 1998.


As a junior in 1997, he became a starter, tallying 155-of-272 completions for 2,456 yards, 23 passing touchdowns, 7 interceptions and one rushing touchdown.


As a freshman in 1995, he posted 13-of-31 completions for 78 yards and 2 touchdowns. As a sophomore in 1996, he made 15-of-28 completions for 284 yards and one touchdown.


Christopher J. Greisen (born July 2, 1976) is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League for the Arizona Cardinals, Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys and current coach for West De Pere High School. He was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the seventh round of the 1999 NFL Draft. He also was a member of the Rhein Fire, Green Bay Blizzard, Dallas Desperados, Georgia Force, Florida Tuskers, Milwaukee Iron, and Virginia Destroyers. He played college football at Northwest Missouri State.