Christian Fauria

Christian Fauria

Former NFL Player - Seahawks, Patriots, Redskins & Panthers
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Former NFL Player, 2x Super Bowl winner and current Drive Time radio talkshow host in Boston! Christian played for the Seattle Seahawks (1995-2002) New England Patriots *2x Super Bowl Champions (2004, 2005), Washington Redskins (2007) and Carolina Panthers (2007) during his illustrious career on the field.
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About Christian Fauria

Drafted with the 39th pick, Fauria played seven seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, recording a career-high 37 receptions in 1998. He then joined the New England Patriots in 2002 up until 2005, where he started and played for two Super Bowl champions (2004–2005). Some believed he was signed in 2002 to serve as a mentor to 1st round draft pick and fellow University of Colorado alumnus Daniel Graham, however Fauria earned the starting position during the season and recorded a career-high of seven touchdowns for the year. After the Patriots, Fauria joined the Washington Redskins for one season. He was released on February 28, 2007 and signed with the Carolina Panthers on September 10, 2007 to play in his 13th and final season. On November 18, 2007, Fauria and Quarterback Vinny Testaverde hooked up for a two-yard touchdown reception that entered the pair into the NFL record books as having the oldest combined age for a touchdown reception (over 80 years)