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Cris Collinsworth

Anthony Cris Collinsworth (born January 27, 1959) is an American sports broadcaster and former professional American football player. Collinsworth was a wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL) for eight seasons (1981-1988), all with the Cincinnati Bengals. He played college football at the University of Florida, where he was recognized as an All-American. He is currently a television sportscaster for NBC, Showtime, and the NFL Network, and winner of 16 Sports Emmy Awards. He is also the majority owner of Pro Football Focus. More about Cris Collinsworth

Current items with a signature of Cris Collinsworth

These are the most current items with a signature of Cris Collinsworth that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1997 Cris Collinsworth Upper Deck NFL Legends On Card Autograph #AL-91$34.95logo
thumbnail1997 UD Upper Deck NFL Legends Autograph #AL-91 Cris Collinsworth Auto Bengals$19.99logo
thumbnail2008 Press Pass Legends Bowl Sapphire Cris Collinsworth Autograph #D/50$30.00logo

Traded items with a signature of Cris Collinsworth

In total, we tracked 199 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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The most expensive item with a signature of Cris Collinsworth (Cris Collinsworth Cincinnati Bengals Signed Full Size Helmet NFL Florida Gators) was sold in April 2017 for $250.00 while the cheapest item (CRIS COLLINSWORTH Bengals Hand SIGNED Auto 8x10) found a new owner for $0.01 in January 2008. The month with the most items sold (6) was December 2016 with an average selling price of $25.74 for an autographed item of Cris Collinsworth. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in June 2022 with $174.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.01 was January 2008. In average, an autographed item from Cris Collinsworth is worth $20.99.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Cris Collinsworth were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1997 UD Upper Deck Legends, # AL-91 auto autograph CRIS COLLINSWORTH, Bengals$13.50logo
thumbnail1997 Upper Deck NFL Legends Cris Collinsworth Auto Autograph #AL-91 Bengals$8.50logo
thumbnail2005 Upper Deck Legends Cris Collinsworth Auto Autograph BENGALS$6.50logo
thumbnail2005 Upper Deck NFL Legends Signed Cris Collinsworth Football Card Bengals #58$12.95logo
thumbnail2015 Panini Super Bowl XXIII Cris Collinsworth Autograph Cincinnati Bengals$199.99logo
thumbnailCris Collinsworth - signed auto autograph 1982 Topps rookie - BENGALS$12.00logo
thumbnailCris Collinsworth Signed Autograph Cincinnati Bengals Football Mini Helmet JSA$100.00logo
thumbnailCRIS COLLINSWORTH Signed Bengals Football Card -Guaranteed Authentic$4.95logo
thumbnailSIGNED - 1987 Topps Cris Collinsworth #188 Bengals$2.00logo

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Latest News about Cris Collinsworth

Even Justin Simmons thinks Cris Collinsworth praises Patrick Mahomes too much (01/26/23): Fortunately, Patrick Mahomes won't play in another game called by Cris Collinsworth this postseason. Go to news article

Cris Collinsworth said baiting Steelers into penalties part of the gameplan (01/02/23): The Ravens got Cam Heyward to make a costly mistake. Go to news article

49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo trade attempt makes no sense to Cris Collinsworth (11/12/22): NBC Sports football analyst Cris Collinsworth has no doubt the 49ers can win the Super Bowl with Jimmy Garoppolo at quarterback. Go to news article

Tom Brady could play next year, work for Fox, or take a year off (09/12/22): NBC’s Cris Collinsworth made an interesting disclosure during garbage time of Tampa Bay’s Week One win in Dallas. While he and Mike Tirico were discussing their pregame production meeting with Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, Collinsworth said that, in 2023, Brady could play, start his job at Fox, Go to news article

Tytus Howard will play tackle for Texans this season (05/31/22): Earlier this month, Lovie Smith wasn’t ready to say where Tytus Howard would play this season. Instead, the Texans coach said Howard would do well at either position. The Texans apparently have decided where Howard will play in 2022. In a recent interview on The Cris Collinsworth podcast, Smith was Go to news article

Older News Stories about Cris Collinsworth

Lovie Smith on trading Deshaun Watson: “Sometimes divorce is good” (05/2022): The Texans traded away one of the most talented quarterbacks in the NFL this offseason, something teams rarely do. But in the unique circumstances facing Houston and Deshaun Watson, new Texans coach Lovie Smith says it was unquestionably the right move. Smith told Cris Collinsworth that it was past Go to news article

PFF 2022 NFL Draft Show (04/2022): Pro Football Focus (PFF) is streaming LIVE for all seven rounds of the 2022 NFL Draft across the three days (April 28 - April 30) to offer pick-by-pick analysis, advanced stats and PFF-exclusive grades on every selection. The PFF stream will feature Lead Draft Analyst Mike Renner, Sunday Night Footb

Who are the announcers for Super Bowl 56 in Los Angeles? (02/2022): The NBC Sports annoucing team of Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth and Michele Tafoya will be calling their fourth Super Bowl together on Feb. 13. Go to news article

Tom Brady on perfect ending of career to NBC broadcasting crew (01/2022): Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady revealed what the perfect ending of his career would be to NBC broadcasters Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth prior to Sunday's divisional round playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams.

NFL fans blast Cris Collinsworth, Al Michaels during Bears-Packers broadcast (12/2021): The Bears were brutal in the 2nd half in their loss to the Packers, but many felt Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth were just unbearable. Go to news article

Chad Johnson, Cris Collinsworth, Jim Breech among the nominees for Bengals inaug (05/2021): Two former players will join Anthony Munoz and Paul Brown in the inaugural class Go to news article

Why Cris Collinsworth believes 49ers will be better at end of season (11/2019): "They're growing into this offense as well, and they are healthier than the 49ers are at this point in the season, so it's going to be a great matchup."

'NFL 100 Greatest' Game Changers: 'The NFL on FOX' (10/2019): "NFL 100 Greatest" counts down the top 100 game changers in NFL history, and "The NFL on FOX," featuring Kevin Burkhardt, Jay Glazer, Cris Collinsworth, Kenny Albert, Dick Stockton and Joe Buck lands at No. 50.

Super Bowl TV: Cris Collinsworth rips into Seahawks call (02/2015): There might not be a better coach at sniffing out an opponents' weakness – or finding a potential advantage — than Bill Belichick. And there might not be a football broadcaster better at sniffing out a turning point, a theme or a mismatch than NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth.

What does Super Bowl broadcaster Cris Collinsworth think about Patriots cheating (01/2015): NBC analyst talks about New England's deflated footballs.

Cris Collinsworth: Richard Sherman is Still "Bitter" Jim Harbaugh Didn't Endorse (12/2014): If true, Sherman has a right to carry a chip on his shoulder.

Cris Collinsworth proud son Austin has given 'body, soul' to Notre Dame (11/2014): SOUTH BEND, Ind. — As a three-time Pro Bowl receiver for the Bengals who played in two Super Bowls and as an analyst working on NBC's "Sunday Night Football," Cris Collinsworth has seen hundreds of exciting and important plays in his life.

NBC’s Cris Collinsworth: Panthers defense already dynamic, but the offense ... (09/2014): The best NFL analyst around is Cris Collinsworth, who will call the Carolina-Pittsburgh game for NBC on Sunday night. He spoke with Observer columnist Scott Fowler about the game.

NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth picks Chip Kelly, Eagles to go to Super Bowl (08/2014): Collinsworth is the first national analyst to mention "Super Bowl" when talking about how far this Eagles team could go. Go to news article

Cris Collinsworth Says ‘League of Denial’ Won't Stop His Kids From Playing Footb (07/2014): Days after a judge approved a settlement in which the National Football League will pay out hundreds of millions of dollars to players with concussion-related health claims, NBC analyst and former NFL player Cris Collinsworth said he doesn't hesitate to let his two sons play the game.