Former Toronto Argonaut and Dallas Cowboy, TSN Broadcaster
A household name to Canadian Football League fans, Chris Schultz has been involved in broadcasting for 15 years and has been a mainstay on TSN's CFL telecasts since 1998.
The former CFL and NFL player made his broadcasting debut in 1993 as a football analyst with The FAN 590, the all-sports radio station in Toronto.
Schultz's playing career began in 1978 with a scholarship to the University of Arizona. An offensive tackle, he played five years with the Wildcats and made one appearance in the Fiesta Bowl.
The Dallas Cowboys drafted the 6'8", 290-pound Canadian in the sixth round of the 1983 NFL draft. Schultz played left tackle for the Cowboys until 1986 under legendary head coach Tom Landry.
In 1986, Schultz came to the CFL where he played nine seasons with the Toronto Argonauts. Schultz played in two Grey Cups (1987, 1991) and brought home the championship ring in 1991.
During his spare time, Schultz enjoys coaching minor football with the Burlington Stampeders, in Burlington, ON.
Schultz is the spokesperson for Purolator's Tackle Hunger Campaign in partnership with the CFL and the Canadian Association of Food banks.