This is what you need to know about Cris Collinsworth, an American sports broadcaster and former professional American football player who played for the National Football League (NFL) for eight seasons, all with the Cincinnati Bengals, during the 1980s.
Cris Collinsworth Age
Collinsworth was born on 27, January 1959 in Dayton, Ohio, United States. He is 61 years old as of 2020.
Cris Collinsworth Height
Collinsworth stands at a height of 6 feet 5 inches.
Cris Collinsworth Weight
Cris Collinsworth Family
Collinsworth is a husband to Holly (Bankemper) Collinsworth and a parent to four kids. He was born to parents Abraham Lincoln “Abe” Collinsworth, Donetta Browning Collinsworth. He is blessed with two siblings Two; Kyle and Greg Collinsworth.
Cris Collinsworth Wife
Collinsworth is happily married to his wife Holly (Bankemper) Collinsworth. The couple is blessed with four kids; Austin Collinsworth, Katie Collinsworth, Jack Collinsworth, Ashley Collinsworth
Cris Collinsworth Son
He has two sons Austin Collinsworth and Jack Collinsworth.
Cris Collinsworth Salary
Collinsworth receives an annual average salary of $4 Million Per Year. This is according to Fox 4 News anchors/reporters salaries.
Cris Collinsworth Net Worth
Collinsworth has an estimated Net Worth of $ 14 Million dollars. Her career as a news broadcaster is her primary source of income.
Cris Collinsworth Education
He earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 1991.
Cris Collinsworth Career
Cris started his career while in school he was recruited as a run-first quarterback for the Gators’ option offense, Collinsworth threw a 99-yard touchdown pass to Derrick Gaffney against the Rice Owls in his first game, a toss which remains tied for the longest touchdown pass in NCAA history.
Collinsworth was moved to wide receiver, where his new position coach was former Gator quarterback Steve Spurrier in his first year as a coach. Though Florida’s offense did not improve enough to save the jobs of Dickey or his coaching staff, Collinsworth flourished in his new role. He was named a first-team All-Southeastern Conference (SEC) selection in 1978, 1979 and 1980, and was named both a first-team All-American and a first-team Academic All-America in 1980.
Cris Collinsworth NBC News
When he retired from football he began a broadcasting career as a sports radio talk show host on Cincinnati station WLW. Initially, he was a guest host for Bob Trumpy (also a Bengals alumnus) but took over the show full-time as Trumpy accepted more television assignments. He then became a reporter for HBO’s (now Showtime’s) Inside the NFL in 1989.