Ryan Wetnight Wiki – Ryan Wetnight Bio
Ryan Wetnight was an American professional soccer player. He was born in Fresno, California, United States. Ryan was a tight end for eight seasons with the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers in the National Football League (NFL). He ended his career with 175 catches for 1,542 yards and 9 touchdowns in 101 games.
Ryan Wetnight Age
He was 49 years old.
Ryan Wetnight Education
Ryan Wetnight attended Herbert Hoover High School and graduated from Stanford University.
Ryan Wetnight Wife & Children
Ryan was a loving husband to Stacey and a father to her two children, Scott and Zach.
Ryan Wetnight Career
Yan Wetnight started playing soccer in high school and college. He then played for the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers. Ryan spent eight seasons in the league, seven playing for Chicago and one for the Green Bay Packers. The Bears signed Wetnight as an undrafted free agent from Stanford University in 1993, and played with them until 1999, starting 19 games while playing 91 during that time. In the seven seasons with the Bears, Wetnight caught 172 passes for 1,522 yards and 9 touchdowns. He was an assistant coach at Grace Brethren and was a coach for Mike Sanders at Thousand Oaks High before that. He started his own real estate company, in addition to training high school dances.He returned to coaching high school football, serving as an assistant coach at Grace Brethren High, when his cancer returned.
Ryan Wetnight Death & Cause
He died on May 1, 2020, at the age of 49, after losing his battle with cancer. Bears internal writer Larry Mayer broke the news on Twitter. He wrote: “Very sad news: Former #Bears TE Ryan Wetnight lost his battle with cancer this morning, passed away at the age of 49. Wetnight spent seven seasons with the 1993-99 Bears. He is survived by his wife, Stacey. , and their two children. One of Wetnight’s former teammates, former Bears wide receiver Tom Waddle responded to Meyer’s tweet, saying, “I didn’t know he was sick. He was a talented player and a very good guy. Horrible news. Our thoughts go out to Wetnight’s family and loved ones during this incredibly difficult time.
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