Chris Wesseling Biography: Wiki, Age, Wife, Career, Death Cause, GoFundMe Campaign

Who is Chris Wesseling? Chris Wesseling Bio/Wiki

As first announced on Twitter and Instagram by his wife, Lakisha Jackson Wesseling, Chris Wesseling, a beloved writer and podcaster for NFL.com since 2013, died on February 5, 2021.

In 2019, Wesseling, the creator and co-host of the Around the NFL podcast, married Lakisha Wesseling, who works at NFL.com as a digital content editor. They share one son together, Lincoln Roux, who was born on May 22, 2020.

Age

He was 46 years old.

Wife

Lakisha Wesseling is the wife of Chris Wesseling.

Children

They have 1 child together named ‘Lincoln Wesseling ‘.

 

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Career

After previously working as a writer for NBCSports.com and as a senior NFL editor at Rotoworld.com, Chris Wesseling joined NFL Media in 2013.

Wesseling soon established himself as one of NFL Media’s most distinctive voices, mixing his football analysis with his comprehensive literary and historical knowledge.

Wesseling was also a fan favorite on the Around The NFL Podcast, where, while reviewing league news and breaking down games with colleagues Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, and Marc Sessler, he provided his signature style of football expertise and humor.

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Death Cause

The cause of death for Wesseling resulted from his continuing battle with cancer. His wife explained on social media that it turned out to be “the last time he was home” when he left for what she thought was a routine hospital visit a few days ago, as his cancer had “spread to his lungs and other areas.”

On social media, Lakisha (Chris Wesseling Wife), who is a Digital Content Editor at NFL.com, confirmed his passing Saturday:

 

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GoFundMe Campaign

The man who spent six seasons as a writer for NBCSports.com previously beat cancer, but it returned over the summer, according to the GoFundMe fundraiser created by a friend of the Wesseling family.

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