Shane Waldron Agent: Meet Former NFL Player Trace Armstrong

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An American football coach, Shane Waldron, is currently in buzz for being hired by the Chicago Bears as their next offensive coordinator. 

His selection in the Chicago Bears has flooded the internet with excitement, and fans expect huge things from him.

The NFL player Trace Armstrong, who played for the Chicago Bears from 1989 to 1994, is his agent.

Seattle Seahawks Offensive Coordinator Shane Waldrow
Seattle Seahawks Offensive Coordinator Shane Waldron (Source: Instagram)

Shane Waldron (born August 17, 1979) is the offensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League. Previously, he served as an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Rams.

Starting his career as a high school football player, his name in the field shines as a coach rather than a football player, which he couldn’t make. 

The 6 feet 1 inch tall football personality started his journey as an assistant coach in 2005 at Notre Dame.

Then he worked for New England Patriots, Washington Redskins, and more, along with being an operations assistant for the New England Patriots.

Shane Waldron Agent, Trace Armstong

Former NFL player Trace Armstrong remains an agent for Shane Waldron. Not just for him, Armstrong is also an agent for other American football coaches like Eberflus and Ryan GM Poles.

The Chicago Bears appointed him in the 1989 NFL Draft, and he played for them from 1989 to 1994.

As per the reports, Trace signed a contract with the Bears on August 18, 1989, and the total package was $2.2 million over four years.

Sports Agent, Trace Armstrong Is A Former NFL Player
Shane Waldron’s Agent, Trace Armstrong Is A Former NFL Player (Source: Raiders)

As a football agent, the 6 feet 4 inches tall sports personality works for many broadcasters like Peter Gammons, Chris Mortensen, Dan Le Batard, and Stugotz (John Weiner).

Previously, Travis remained an agent for former Michigan Wolverines head coach Brady Hoke, Penn State Nittany Lions coach James Franklin, former NFL head coach Marty Schottenheimer, Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy, former Tennessee head coach Butch Jones, and more.

Where Is Trace Armstrong Now?

The former football player turned agent, Travis, currently lives in his former college hometown, Gainesville, Florida.

His lovely family consists of his wife, Tami, and three sons, Jackson Armstrong, Matt Armstrong, and Jared Armstrong.

Despite being a media personality, he has a low-key profile life and is away from frequent social media appearances. 

Trace Armstrong Is A Sports Agent
Trace Armstrong Is A Sports Agent (Source: Instagram)

Talking about his early life, Sports agent Armstrong was born in Bethesda, Maryland, in 1965. He attended John Carroll Catholic High School in Birmingham, Alabama, where he played football.

He did really well as a linebacker and defensive end, getting three varsity letters with the John Carroll Cavaliers.

Because of his impressive skills, Trace became an all-state pick and was one of the top twelve players in Alabama during his senior year, according to The Birmingham News.



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