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Extractions: Historyguy.com Sportshistory Dave Krieg: NFL Quarterback "The History Guy" is a Registered Trademark. Sportshistory: Dave Krieg: NFL Quarterback Dave Krieg (b.October 20, 1958 )NFL Quarterback (1980-1998) Played professional football as a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) for 19 years.. Krieg played college football at Milton College (a now-defunct school), and signed with the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent in 1980. In his 19-year NFL career, Dave Krieg played for the Seahawks (1980-1991), the Kansas City Chiefs (1992-1993), the Detroit Lions (1994), the Arizona Cardinals (1995), the Chicago Bears (1996) and the Tennessee Oilers (1997-1998). In retirement, Krieg worked as a real estate investor and motivational speaker, living in Phoenix, Arizona. He also remained involved in football, becoming a part owner of the af2's Green Bay Blizzard in 2007 along with former Green Bay Packer linebacker Brian Noble.
Extractions: Jump to: navigation search Dave Krieg natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Name Krieg, Dave Gender : M Birthname Krieg, David M. born on 20 October 1958 at 16:50 (= 4:50 PM ) Place Iola WI, USA, Timezone CST h6w (is standard time) Data source Quoted BC/BR Rodden Rating AA Astrology data Asc. add Dave Krieg to 'my astro' American football player, a quarterback for the San Diego Chargers. As one of the oldest players in professional football (age 41 in 1999), Krieg was originally signed by the Seattle Seahawks on 5/06/1980 as a non-drafted free agent. He spent 11 years in Seattle before moving on to the Kansas City Chiefs. In the seven years elapsed since moving to the Chiefs, he played with five teams. An excellent and dependable player, Krieg played in the Pro Bowl in 1984, 1988, 1989 and holds the NFL single-season record for most fumbles recovered. In addition, he played in the AFC championship games in 1983 and 1993. Link to Wikipedia biography Work : Contracts, agreements 6 May 1980 (Signed with Seattle Seahawks)
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Extractions: 58.5 percentage It's now official- Dave Krieg retired during a ceremony Saturday in Cheney, Washington. He still wanted to play another year but cited a lack of interest from teams as his reason for calling it a wrap. He also got to retire as a Seahawk, as he'll always be remembered, proudly displaying his #17 jersey to those in attendance. My heartfelt thanks goes out to the entire Seahawks orginization for allowing this great athlete to end his career where it all began, and in such a dignified way. He went undrafted, went on an airplane for the first time to attend the Hawks camp, wasn't expected to last around long, yet he found a way to be the Seahawks greatest QB of all-time and one of the best players to ever grace an NFL game. He's a one of a kind class act. I wish him all the best with the rest of his life.
Extractions: Iola, Wisconsin Career information College Milton College Undrafted in Debuted in 1980 for the Seattle Seahawks Last played in 1998 for the Tennessee Oilers Career history Career highlights and awards Stats at NFL.com David Michael Krieg (pronounced /ˈkreɪɡ/ KRAYG ; born October 20, 1958 in Iola, Wisconsin ) is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League . He attended Milton College and made the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent . In his 19-year NFL career, Krieg played for the Seahawks (1980–1991), the Kansas City Chiefs (1992–1993), the Detroit Lions (1994), the Arizona Cardinals (1995), the Chicago Bears (1996) and the Tennessee Oilers At Milton, an obscure and now-defunct small
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Extractions: Our Pastors Northridge Baptist Church was started in the late 1980's. We first began as several Bible neighborhood Bible studies. Pastor Bill Primrose and Earl Dannenberg (a former missionary to Africa, and a professor at Faith Baptist Bible College at the time) were instrumental in beginning this work. Earl Dannenberg assumed the position of interim pastor when Pastor Primrose resigned. Pastor Dannenberg led the church for about 1-1/2 years, until Pastor Kevin Subra was called as pastor in April of 1996. Pastor Kevin Subra served in a bi-vocational capacity from May of 1996 to April of 2005. He was assisted by several in those nine years, including Pastor Jamie Hart , Pastor Jack Taylor , and Dave Dobson . About 4 years into Kevin's ministry, Randy Smith transitioned from a deacon to the position as an associate pastor. Around the time Kevin became the pastor of Northridge, God opened the door for us to assist an existing Hispanic ministry under Pastor Daniel Giron . Daniel ministered both in Des Moines and Perry for several years while working a full-time job besides. Eventually Daniel was asked to do more in Perry at the work there. A few weeks after his departure Daniel asked if Northridge would consider having another Spanish work under our umbrella. It is then Pastor Franciso Martinez brought his growing work there. He ministered for several years, until he thought it proper to return to Texas and minister there. Francisco led the Hispanic work to call
Video Gallery Dave Krieg raises the 12th MAN Flag before the Seahawks face the 49ers. http://www.seahawks.com/media-lounge/videos/12th-MAN-Flag-Raiser---Dave-Krieg/91
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