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Chris Long Biography
Chris Long born Christopher Howard long is an American football defensive end for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National football league.
Chris is the son of Pro Football Hall of fame member Howie long. Chris played college football at Virginia, where he was recognized as a unanimous All American. Chris was chosen by the St. Louis Rams as the second overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft.
Chris Long Age
Chris was born on March 28, 1985, in Santa Monica, Califonia. He is 33 years old as 2018.
Chris Long Height
Chris has a height of 1.90 meters tall.
Chris Long Weight
Chris has a weight of 122 kilograms.
Chris Long Wife
Chris married Megan O’Malley on June 22, 2013, in Charlottesville, Virginia. The couple has two sons, their first son name is Waylon James Long born on March 2, 2016, and the second one is Luke Redding long born on November 26, 2018.
Chris Long Career
Chris played college football at the University of Virginia under coach Al Groh from 2004-2007, while pursuing a degree in sociology. Long was drafted in 2008 NFL Draft as the second overall by the St.Louis Ram.Chris Long
Chris ability to play in multiple positions also made a valuable team asset. After a long and rewarding stint both financially and on the pitch, His time with the Patriots brought his first NFL championship.
In 2010 he moved to left defensive end, a position previously held by Leonard little, where he is a more natural fit according to his coach. In 6, weeks 2010 against the San Diego Chargers, he long records two sacks and was named the NFC defensive player of the week by the NFL.
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Chris was selected by the St. Louis Rams as the second overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft. Long has also played for the New England Patriots, winning a championship with them in Super Bowl LI in 2017.
The following season, he won Super Bowl LII with the Eagles, who in turn defeated the Patriots. He won the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award for 2018.
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Chris Long Rams
In the 2008 NFL Draft, Chris was selected by the St. Louis Rams as the second overall pick. Long has also played for the New England Patriots, winning a championship with them in Super Bowl LI in 2017.
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Long signed a one-year deal with the New England Patriots worth $2 million On March 18, 2016. Chris appeared in every game, starting in seven, and made solid contributions as a situational player on a team that went on to go 14–2 in the regular season, capture the AFC Championship, and win Super Bowl LI, his first NFL championship.
Chris Long Contract
On July 19, 2008, Long agreed to terms on a six-year $56.5 million contract with the Rams with $29 million guaranteed.
In 2011, Chris Long decided to change his jersey number from 72 to his former collegiate number 91, which was previously worn by Leonard Little.
On September 17, 2011, the Rams and Long agreed to a restructuring of his contract to free money under the salary cap. The restructured deal included a $12.1 million signing bonus and a base salary in excess of $10 million in 2012. Including the prorated signing bonus amount, Long had an $18.3 million cap number for the 2012 season
On July 29, 2012, Long and the Rams agreed to a four-year contract extension. The extension added $50 million over 4 years, with $27 million guaranteed. Counting the existing year of a contract which was reworked in 2011, Long’s overall deal ended up at $60 million over 5 years, with $37 million guaranteed.
Chris Long Net Worth
Chris has an estimated net worth of $ 89.36 million.
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Frequent Trump critic, Philadelphia Eagles’ Chris Long named NFL’s ‘Man of the Year’
Philadelphia Eagles player Chris Long, a frequent critic of President Trump, was named the Walter Payton “Man of the Year” at the NFL Honors on Saturday.
The defensive end has been recognized by the NFL a number of times for his charitable contributions focusing on clean water, military appreciation, and youth education, according to an NFL press release.
“While I am officially accepting this award, we would not be able to accomplish our goals without the support and participation of countless other individuals,” Long said in a statement. “I am humbled by the support we have received from my peers who have donated to our various matching-campaigns … and the generosity of our fans who have made vital contributions to our foundation over the years.”
Long skipped a 2017 visit to the White House after the New England Patriots, his team at the time, won the Super Bowl.
He also vowed to skip the Eagles’ visit to the White House after their 2018 Super Bowl win, though Trump later disinvited the team.
Long, a native of Charlottesville, Va., has expressed support for NFL players kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial inequality and police brutality.
Long also criticized the NFL for a short-lived policy banning the kneeling protests, saying the league is afraid of Trump.
“This is fear of diminished bottom line,” he said at the time. “It’s also a fear of a president turning his base against a corporation. This is not patriotism. Don’t get confused.”
He donated his 2017 salary to support scholarships in Charlottesville, the site of a violent white nationalist rally in 2017, and other cities where he has played professionally. He was also recognized by sports writers with the “Good Guy Award” in June for his activism on and off the field.