Todd Kalis - Playing Career - Life After Football

Life After Football

Following his retirement from the NFL, Kalis began his career in business with positions in sales, marketing and business development. He also co-hosted a local Pittsburgh television sports show called the “The Steelers Huddle” in 2002 and 2003. Kalis also enjoys speaking on numerous subjects including character and the history of American football. He currently resides in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania with his wife Kristen and three children. Kyle Kalis, his oldest son, is currently an offensive lineman for the University of Michigan football team.

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