A fifth round pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, 360 Sports negotiated contracts worth $20 million for Chris Kuper. Kuper an offensive lineman and team captain retired from the NFL on March 11, 2014 but enjoyed an 8-year successful career with the Denver Broncos and was highly respected by teammates and opponents alike.
Chris Kuper was active with the community during his time with the Broncos and hopes to continue his great charity work into his post-football life. Kuper was involved in the ‘Rebuilding Together’ which saw volunteers help current and prospective homeowners in need by providing them with basic housing amenities and repairs. Throughout his career, Kuper developed a strong affinity for the Denver Blood Drive and was a consistent blood donor. Kuper loves coaching kids and inspiring them to lead better lives. Currently, he is an assistant coach at a local Denver high school.
As one of the Captains on the Broncos’ offense, Kuper was asked to do various media commitments throughout his career. He even once participated in a game of cricket when the Broncos had to play in England.