Brian Waters is a retired American professional football player with a net worth of thirteen million. Brian Waters came into this world in 1977 in Waxahachie, Texas, and played his college football close to house for North Texas. Waters went undrafted throughout the 1999 NFL Draft and was gotten by the Dallas Cowboys shortly after that. Even thought later on made the pro of his debut a season later as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs in 2000, he didn't match up in a regular season game for the Cowboys. Waters proceeded to spend the next ten years with the Chiefs, turning a mainstay in the guard position along Kansas City's offensive line. The six-foot-three, 320 pound guard later played for the new England Patriots from 2011 until 2012 prior to joining the Dallas Cowboys for the last season of his in the league in 2013. Waters finished the career of his as a six time Pro Bowler (2004 2006, 2008, 2010 2011) and two time All Pro (2004, 2005). He was a part of the Patriots' 2011 AFC championship winning team and earned the 2009 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. Waters appeared in 186 career NFL games and started 170 of them. He formally announced the retirement of his in early September of 2014.
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