As a student-athlete at Glenville High School, then Bedford High School, Chambers received honors in basketball, football and track and to this day is known as one of the best multi-sports athletes in Ohio history. He received a scholarship to play both basketball and football at the University of Wisconsin. After experiencing the rigorous schedule of two sports and a full-time class schedule, he later decided to focus on football.
As a Badger, he helped lead the team to two Big Ten Championships and two Rose Bowl Championships, and was named the team MVP in 2000. The Miami Dolphins selected Chris as the 52nd pick overall in the NFL’s 2001 Draft and went on to be the team’s 2001 Rookie of the Year.
In 2005, Chris experienced his best season in the NFL as he was named the Dolphin’s team MVP and was selected to his first Pro Bowl. In 2007, Chris was traded to the San Diego Chargers where he helped the team reach the AFC Championship game.
After a few seasons with the Chargers, the Kansas City Chiefs signed Chris in 2009 where he stepped up to be a leader on offense and help guided a young team to an AFC West division championship in 2010. Chris has gained a wealth of knowledge through his years in the NFL and Collegiate levels.
He has a sincere passion in helping younger athletes achieve their goals and dreams. His experiences on the field and off, serve to be priceless for any young adult athlete looking to make a name for themselves in the NFL. Chambers is also the founder of the C.A.T.C.H. 84 (Children Achieving Through Community Help) Foundation.
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Drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the second round of the 2001 NFL Draft