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Chris Schultz
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TSN mourns Chris Schultz, a popular Canadian football broadcaster and analyst for TSN’s live coverage of the CFL and NFL.

« Chris Schultz was a gentle giant who was passionate about his coverage of the game, Commitment and energy, « said Stewart Johnston, Senior Vice President Sales & Sports, Bell Media. “Chris was a unique voice in Canadian football and an icon for fans across the country. He was also a friendly face to the entire team in our studios. We offer our condolences to Chris’s family and friends. His influence on football in Canada is simply unforgettable. « 

Chris Schultz, a household name to Canadian football fans, joined TSN in 1998 and has appeared as the CFL ON TSN panelist for some of the league’s biggest games in recent history, including the historic 100th Gray Cup. </ As TSN Football Expert, Schultz provided insights into the fantasy and sports betting of the CFL and NFL with the regular SPORTSCENTRE Risky Business segment. Throughout the CFL season, he devoted himself to the TSN spokesperson for the Purolator Tackle Hunger Food Drive program on a weekly basis, encouraging fans to donate non-perishable food on match days.

After Schultz graduated from the University of Arizona , in the sixth round of the 1983 NFL draft, the Dallas Cowboys designed the 290-pound Canadian, weighing 6.8 inches. Schultz played left attack for the Cowboys until 1986 when he joined the CFL, where he played nine seasons with the Toronto Argonauts. Schultz played in two Gray Cups (1987 and 1991) and brought home the championship ring in 1991.

In 2007 Schultz was appointed to the all-time Argos team. He was inducted into the Burlington Sports Hall of Fame in May 2016. Schultz was inducted into the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame in October 2017 for his contributions to the province’s sports landscape.

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