Craig Wolfley is a 12-year veteran of the NFL who played 10 years with the Pittsburgh Steelers and 2 years with the Minnesota Vikings. Craig was selected in 2000 as a member of the Steelers All-Century Team, voted online by Pittsburgh fans as a “team” of the best players to ever wear a Steeler uniform. (Craig says that being selected was obviously the first Y2K computer glitch of the new millennium.) He was also chosen to be part of the Syracuse University 20th Century All-Star Team.
Craig remains a Steeler as he is a member of the game day network broadcast team, and also co-hosts a radio show with his best friend and former line mate Tunch Ilkin on 970am ESPN Pittsburgh. With the launch of his new web site Craig is now an avid blogger and has his own popular Internet radio podcast.
Practically speaking, Craig has lived his entire life as a human crash test dummy. He successfully competing in diverse venues such as the World’s Strongest Man and the NFL’s Strongest Man competitions, boxed professionally and placed 2nd in the first professional Sumo contest held on the North American continent. He holds a black belt in Freestyle Jiu Jitsu and has over 19 years of martial arts training – including being one of the original founders of the Power Punch program, taught to professional and amateur football players and teams throughout the United States.
Craig was not content to excel only on the athletic field. Academia wise, as evidenced by his 3rd place finish in his 6th grade spelling bee, Craig is a staunch believer in the scholar-athlete. His motto is “Sit mens sana in corpore sano” – a healthy mind in a healthy body.
Hire Craig for:
- Motivational Speaking
- Personal Appearances
- Radio/TV Commercials
- Martial Artist Instruction
- Martial Arts Demo’s
- Strongman Demo’s
- Weight Lifting Demo’s