How many NFL Players from Alaska

Chris Kuper  is a former American football offensive guard for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League. The Broncos selected him in the fifth round of the 2006 NFL Draft. He played college football for the University of North Dakota. 

Chris Kuper

While he wasn’t born in Alaska, Bowman went to high school in Anchorage as a pit stop on his way to playing college football at Nebraska. He played eight seasons in the NFL with three different teams, spending most of his career with the Bears. 

Zack Bowman

As a rookie, he caught five passes in the Super Bowl, helping the Giants beat the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. Smith then had a breakout season in 2009, earning a Pro Bowl spot. However, things quickly fizzled for Smith, who was hindered by injuries for the rest of his six-year career. 

Steve Smith

Born in Fairbanks, Colledge literally went to North Pole High School, which is about as close to the top of the world as most people will ever get. After a great college career at Boise State, he was drafted in the second round by the Packers. 

Daryn Colledge

Hall hails from the lovely city of Soldotna in southern Alaska. He eventually relocated to Utah and played his college ball at BYU. Despite being picked in the sixth round of the 1995 draft, Hall put together an 11-year career in the NFL, spending his first 10 seasons with the Falcons. In those 11 years, Hall played in 150 games and racked up 4

Travis Hall

After six seasons in Washington, going to the Pro Bowl in 1991 and winning a Super Bowl ring, he spent the next six seasons with the Broncos, helping them win two Super Bowls and going to another Pro Bowl in 1998. Over 12 seasons, Schlereth started 140 games and retired with three Super Bowl rings. 

Mark Schlereth

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