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Casey Wiegmann      Iowa Wikipedia Hawkeye Sports Profile 

Pronunciation: Weeg-men
Position(s): OL

HIGH SCHOOL: Casey Wiegmann attended Parkersburg High School and lived in or near Parkersburg, Iowa. He was named first team elite all-state selection as defensive end and was a three-time all-conference first team selection and SuperPrep all-Region. He owns a school record of 17 career QB sacks as defensive end, and totaled 61 tackles as senior. He also averaged 34.7 yards per punt and was 34 of 38 on PATs and made three of four field goal attempts. He competed in basketball, track, and baseball.

COLLEGE: He had a total of 27 career starts as a center for the Hawkeyes. He earned All-Big Ten honorable mention as a senior, and was co-Most Valuable Player for the season. He was selected to play in East-West Shrine Game and Hula Bowl, but did not play due to injury.

PROFESSIONAL: He was signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent in 1996, and played sixteen seasons in the NFL for the New York Jets, Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs before joining the Denver Broncos in 2008. He had a 127-game starting streak, which was the longest streak among all active NFL centers. In January 2009, Wiegmann was chosen to play in the 2009 Pro Bowl as an alternate. He replaced an injured Kevin Mawae. The Pro Bowl selection was the first of Wiegmann's career. Wiegmann was released by the Broncos on February 23, 2010. He was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs, his former team, on March 12, 2010. When Wiegmann retired, his consecutive snap count was more than 11,000.

OTHER: In 2024, he was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.

Born 7/20/1973 and is 50 years old.

All Conference: Honorable Mention (1995) 2009 



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