Facts of Chris Samuels
|Full Name:||Chris Samuels|
|Age:||43 years 1 months|
|Birth Date:||July 28, 1977|
|Birth Place:||Mobile, Alabama|
|Net Worth:||$17 million|
|Salary:||$38k to $107k|
|Height / How tall :||6 feet 5 inches (1.96m)|
|Profession:||Football Coach, Former Football Player|
|Father's Name:||James Samuels|
|Mother's Name:||Shirley Samuels|
|Education:||University of Alabama|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Sagittarius, Gemini, Aries|
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Relationship Statistics of Chris Samuels
|What is Chris Samuels marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Married|
|When did Chris Samuels get married ? (married date):||March 03, 2012|
|How many children does Chris Samuels have ? (name):||Three (Christopher Jr., Chase, and Milani)|
|Is Chris Samuels having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Chris Samuels gay ?:||No|
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More about the relationship
Chris Samuels is married to Monique Samuels. His wife, Monique is a reality TV star and entrepreneur by profession. The couple first met in Washington DC. At the time, Monique was there to pursue her career as a singer.
The wedding took place on the 3rd of March 2012 at the Ronald Reagen Building in Washington.
Together, the couple has three children including two sons; Christopher Jr (born: 2013) and Chase (born: 26th of November 2018) and a daughter, Milani (born: 2015).
- 1 Who is Chris Samuels?
- 2 Chris Samuels- Age, Parents, Siblings, Ethnicity, Education
- 3 Chris Samuels- Professional Career
- 4 Chris Samuels- Net Worth, Salary
- 5 Chris Samuels- Controversy & Rumors
- 6 Body Measurements- Height & Weight
- 7 Social Media
Who is Chris Samuels?
American Chris Samuels is an Alabama Sports Hall of Fame inducted Football player and coach. He is renowned for his offensive playing style as a tackler.
Currently, he is playing as an Offensive Coordinator for Northwest High School.
Chris Samuels- Age, Parents, Siblings, Ethnicity, Education
Chris Samuels was born on the 28th of July 1977 in Mobile, Alabama to James (father) and Shirley Samuels (mother). He is of Jewish-British ethnicity.
He has three siblings. His elder brother, Lawrence Samuels is an arena football coach by profession.
Talking about his educational background, he is a graduate of John Shaw High School in his hometown. During his High School days, he used to play for the high school football team.
In 1996, he joined the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. At the time, he played as a member of the University’s football team, Alabama Crimson Tide football.
In his senior year, he played for the All-Southeastern Conference. At the time, he won the Outland Trophy as the nation’s best college interior lineman. Also, he was nominated for Lombardi Award too.
Chris Samuels- Professional Career
Football Player Career
In 2000, Chris Samuels started his career with the Football team, Washington Redskins. The football team drafted him as the third draft. Soon, he started playing as the starting left tackle for the team. After that, he was selected to play for the six Pro Bowls.
The following year, he opened all the 16 games of the season as the left tackle. On the 3rd of September 2001, he was featured at the sports illustrated. He lost the first five games of the season. Later, he won the five games of the season.
In 2002, he started the 15 regular games as the left tackle. Also, he was voted as the winner of the Ed Block Courage Award of the team. Moving forward, in 2004, he started the 16 games of the season as the left tackle. In the season, he also helped the running back, Clinton Portis to rush for 1,315 yards.
In the season 2005, he signed the seven-year contract with the team. The season, he started the 16 regular-season games. Also, he helped Clinton to rush 1,516 yards.
Moving forwards, in 2008, he became the captain of the team. The year, he started 12 regular-season games. However, he was inactive due to Knee Cartilage’s irritation for a contest.
Later, on the 9th of December 2008, he was placed at the listed at the injured list due to the triceps tear. Due to this season, he missed the last three games of the season.
Prior to that, on the 11th of October 2009, he had temporary upper-body paralysis due to his neck compression during helmet to helmet hits. On the 4th of March 2010, he took retirement from the team due to the risk of long-term injury.
After taking retirement from the football career, he resumed his career as a football career. In February 2011, he became the offensive coordinator for the football team of Mattie T. Blount High School.
Prior to that, he assisted the offensive line coach, Chris Foerster at the NFL’s Minority Coaching Fellowship. Moving forward, in January 2012, he joined the university as Alabama as a student assistant coach.
In 2015, he was hired as the coach for the Osbourn High School in Manassas. Last, in 2019, he joined the Northwest High School as the offensive coordinator. Before that, he was serving the Winston Churchill High School as an offensive coordinator.
Honors & Awards
- 2016- Hall of Fame into Alabama Sports.
- Redskins Ring of Fame.
- 1999- Consensus All-American.
Chris Samuels- Net Worth, Salary
As of 2020, he has an estimated net worth of $17 million. His earnings as an American coach range from $38k to $107k.
The major portion of his career is attributed to his career as a football player. Back in 2005, he signed a 7-year contract worth $47 million with the signing bonus of $16 million.
Chris Samuels- Controversy & Rumors
As of now, he has managed to maintain his dignity as a football player. Till the date, he has not been through any sort of controversy and rumors that created a buzz in the media.
Besides that, he also has managed to stay far from any type of rumors too.
Body Measurements- Height & Weight
Chris Samuels has black eyes with black hair. He stands at a height of 6 feet 5 inches and weighs around 142 kg.
He is active on Instagram with over 10.7k followers. But he is not available on Facebook and Twitter.
On Instagram, he is following the personalities like D.J Fluker, Dennis McKinley, and Santana Moss.