|Date of Birth:||1960, June 28|
|Age:||59 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 7 Inch|
Feasel started playing college football for a Christian university. Initially, Grant starter his playing career with the team old Baltimore Colts in the year 1983. later, he played as a center and long snapper for the Seattle Seahawks (1987-1992). He died on July 15, 2012, because of a neurological disease called chronic traumatic encephalopathy which is common in football players.
Grant Feasel was born on June 28, 1960, in Barstow, California. He completed his education from Barstow High School in 1978. Grant was a child of Patricia Feasel (mother) but, there are no any details about his father's identity.
Grant and his family members were a long time member of the Richard hill church. He was beloved among his dad, children and also among his friends. He started his playing career from his high school.
Moreover, he was awarded a football scholarship to attend Abilene Christian University. Further, he was enrolled in Baylor University’s college of medicine for his higher education after completion of bachelor's degree from Abilene Christian University.
His bio suggests that Grant was a decent guy and the various web-based research concluded that he had no extramarital affairs.
In the year 1983, he was drafted first in the team Baltimore Colts before the franchise moved to Indianapolis, Indiana. Later, he was traded to the team Minnesota Viking in midseason.
He played two years for Vikings then again he was traded to Seattle Seahawks, where he spent most of his playing career. He played six of his eight-year career in the team Seattle Seahawks.
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Grant Feasel was married to the women named Cyndy. The spouse had three children Sean, Spencer, and Sarah respectively. Moreover, Grant has a brother named Greg Feasel who also played American football and also has a sister named Linda Feasel.
He died in Ft. Worth, Texas, Grant's death certificate indicated that he died because of “ ESLD” (end-stage liver disease, a form of cirrhosis of the liver). Later, his family discovered that he was a victim of dangerous brain disease known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy or CTE.
The actual net worth of American football celebrity Grant Feasel still remains unknown even after his death. However, he was ranked in the group of celebrities with a handsome income source. According to different source grant’s net worth has significantly increased in recent years, and his family is doing pretty well even after the NFL player's death.
Moreover, Grant's main source of income was solely from his career as an American footballer and no information is available about his cars, house, and monthly or yearly salary.