Who is Chris Wesseling? Wiki, Bio, NFl Writer, Death & Cause, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Chris Wesseling
Chris Wesseling

Chris Wesseling Wiki – Chris Wesseling Bio

Chris Wesseling was a writer known for providing uninterrupted analysis and insights on everything related to football in NFL Around. He reportedly died on Saturday, February 6, after fighting cancer.

Chris Wesseling Career

Wesseling spends his formative years immersed in NFL history books while providing invaluable fantasy football advice. Before joining NFL Media in 2013, she was in the league for six seasons as a writer on NBCSports.com and a senior NFL editor on Rotoworld.com.

Chris Wesseling Wife and Son

Chris Wesseling remarried to his wife Lakisha in 2009. He posted a moving message on Twitter about how he got married to the “lioness” who restored him to health while fighting cancer. He shared a beautiful photo of himself and the beautiful lady during their wedding.

At the same time, Chris announced the birth of his son Lincoln via a Twitter post. He also had the opportunity to praise another cancer patient who revealed that he was marrying the man of his dreams.

“Welcome to the Survivor club @so__uneek! You are a troublemaker and your husband is a king. What a great story ❤️ How about that @LakishaJackson,” he said.

Chris Wesseling GoFundMe

A Go Fund Me was established to assist in cancer treatment.

The page reads;

The NFL writer, her husband, father, and many friends of friends have relapsed and the cancer is trying to find its way again. While we know that Chris and his ace corner Lakisha (and their newborn son Lincoln) will beat this, the last thing they need is to worry about the bills. Although we can’t figure everything out, let’s do our best to help them. Let’s let them know that IT IS OUR WHEN WE GO BACK.

I’ve set a goal of $ 5000. I would be very happy to blow this out of water. UPDATE: We did just that in less than 48 hours! I updated the target to $ 10,000. YOU MEN ROCK.

All funds will simply be sent to Lakisha and Wess. If you can give some, give some. If you can give more, even better. And if you can’t do anything, just post this on social media or with your friends etc. Feel free to share.