BirthdayNovember 6, 1964
BirthplaceEncino, USA
Age51
HoroscopeScorpio

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  1. About Erik Kramer

    Full name: Erik Kramer
    Also known as: Erik Kramer, Kramer, Erik
    Professions: American football player

  2. Erik Kramer Measurements

    Height: 6' 1" (1.85 m)

  3. Erik Kramer Known for

    1986 Peach Bowl (1986), 1991 NFC Championship Game (1992), NFL Monday Night Football (1970), Married with Children (1987)

  4. Erik Kramer Biography

    William Erik Kramer (born November 6, 1964 in Encino, California), is a former American football quarterback. He attended John Burroughs High School in Burbank, CA. After attending Los Angeles Pierce College and playing as their quarterback, Kramer transferred to North Carolina State University where he finished a successful college football career. He was not drafted by an NFL team, but did see action in 1987, when he played for the Atlanta Falcons as a replacement player during the NFL players strike. He would then spend some time in the CFL with the Calgary Stampeders. Kramer would return to the NFL in 1991, when he became a surprise starter for the Detroit Lions after injuries sidelined Rodney Peete. Kramer played in 13 games, led the Lions to a 12-4 record, their first playoff victory since the 1950s, and a trip to the NFC Championship Game.Kramer's nickname in Detroit was "Brass", a media-friendly redaction of "Brass Balls". The moniker apparently originated after Kramer called an audible on his first series as Lions' quarterback, having just replaced the injured Rodney Peete. One Lions' offensive lineman turned to another and said, "This guy's got brass balls." Kramer proved to be quite successful as a signal-caller in 1991 and the nickname stuck. His other nickname was "Cosmo", which was due to him having the same last name as the character Cosmo Kramer from the popular TV show, Seinfeld.Kramer was not able to keep his starting job for the next three years, however, sharing duties with Peete and Andre Ware. In 1994, he signed as a free agent with the Chicago Bears, and spent the next five years with the club. In his two full seasons as a starter (1995 and 1997), he was highly productive and passed for over 3,000 yards. Kramer currently holds the Bears' single-season record for passing yards (3,838) and touchdown passes (29). Kramer signed with the San Diego Chargers in the 1999 offseason, but retired midseason due to a neck injury. (Though he also missed much of the 1996 season with a neck injury, the two injuries were unrelated.)Kramer finished his 13 NFL seasons with 1,317 completions for 15,337 yards and 92 touchdowns, with 79 interceptions. He also rushed for 217 rushing yards and 5 touchdowns.Currently, he is working for FSN Detroit, where he covers one of his former teams, the Detroit Lions, as an in studio analyst. He is also working as color commentator on Bears preseason games.Kramerwrites a personal blog for www.playerpress.com at www.erikkramerpass.com, where he discusses current events in the NFL and his former career and picks NFL games against the spread.Kramer appeared as himself in an episode of Married With Children, during which the series' protagonist, Al Bundy, sells his soul in order to lead the Bears to the Super Bowl.On Sun, October 30, 2011, Kramer's son Griffen, age 18 and a senior at Thousand Oaks High School, was found dead at a friend's home from a heroin overdose. Four people, including two juv

  5. Erik Kramer Family

  6. Sources

    http://erikkramerpass.com
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki?curid=4391887
    http://imdb.com/name/nm2447330