Olin Kreutz Biography
Olin Kreutz is a sports journalist working for NBC Sports currently. Since joining the industry in 2015, he has been working as a journalist. Kreutz played for both the New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bear and was a professional Football player previously.
He was named to the 2000s All-Decade Team and is frequently cited as one of the greatest modern offensive linemen in 2020.
Olin Kreutz Age | Birthday
Olin Kreutz was born on June 9, 1977, in Honolulu, Hawaii, in the United States of America. He is 45 years old as of 2022. He celebrates her birthday on June 9 every year.
Olin Kreutz Height
Olin stands at an average height of 6 ft 2 inches/ approx. 1.88 m tall.
Olin Kreutz Education
Olin attended Saint Louis School, a roman catholic college preparatory school. And attained his High School Diploma. Played along with Chris Fuamatu-Maʻafala and Dominic Raiola and participated in high school football in high school.
Served on the football team as captain and was awarded All-State and SuperPrep All-America honors during his senior year.
Olin Kreutz Family
Olin was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, in the United States of America. To his loving father Henry Kreutz, Jr., and his unidentified mother. Kreutz was brought up alongside his three older brothers in a family of six. His dad was a native of Aina Haina.
Olin Kreutz Wife
Olin is a caring husband to his amazing and beautiful wife Wendi. The couple met in High School and began dating after they graduated. He has been married for several years to his high school sweetheart.
And is currently the proud parents of their six amazing children. The family lives in Illinois, Bannockburn, but also owns a winter house in Hawaii, Kalama Valley.
Olin Kreutz Salary
Kreutz receives an annual salary of $9,8670, according to NBC Sports News anchor’s/repoerters’ salaries.
Olin Kreutz Net Worth
He earns an approximate net worth of $1 million to $5 million U.S dollars.
Olin Kreutz Career
Olin on August 19, 2015, joined as a sports radio reporter for WSCR 670 based in Chicago after quitting football. He hosted alongside James Williams and Hub Arkush the Bears post-game show there.
Kreutz in the year 2019, joined NBC Sports Chicago’s Football Aftershow, where he served. Alongside former teammates Lance Briggs, Matt Forte, Alex Brown, and Laurence Holmes recently.