Craig Ritter

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Craig Ritter
Born: (1970-11-10) November 10, 1970 (age 50)
Anaheim Hills, California
Career information
StatusRetired
Position(s) OL/DL
Height6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
Weight270 lb (120 kg)
College Arizona State
Career history
As player
1995–1996 London Monarchs
1996 Frankfurt Galaxy
1997 Arizona Rattlers
Career stats

Craig Ritter (born November 10, 1970 in Anaheim Hills, California) is a former American football lineman. He played college football for the Arizona State Sun Devils (1991–92) and signed as a free agent professionally for the Houston Oilers (1993), Los Angeles Raiders (1994), Denver Broncos (1994) in the National Football League. He played with the London Monarchs (1995–96) and the Frankfurt Galaxy (1996) in the World League of American Football, the Memphis Maddogs (1995) in Canadian Football League, the Arizona Rattlers (1997–1998) in the Arena Football League and the New Orleans Thunder (1999) in the Regional Football League.

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