Tight ends in the NFL, especially those who concentrate more on blocking than catching passes, rarely receive much notoriety, but Howard Cross earned his share of accolades during his 13-year career with the New York Giants. A three year starter for the Alabama Crimson Tide, Cross was a sixth-round pick of the Giants in the 1989 NFL Draft. He was an important part of the team’s 1990 Super Bowl title with four receptions, three of which were good for first downs, and he still holds the Giants record with 207 games played. Following his NFL career, he moved into broadcasting and now handles a variety of duties for the YES Network, including working as a panelist on “This Week in Football” and covering the Ivy League and high school football for the network. Cross and his wife, Pia, have twin children, Isabella and Howard Jr.
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**Howard Cross Speaker**
Now that his playing days are over, Howard Cross speaker appearances occur at a variety of community and charity events, in addition to all his TV appearances on the YES Network.
**Howard Cross Appearance**
New York Giants fans remember seeing two incredible streaks during the tight end’s career – one with 71 consecutive Howard Cross appearances as a starter, followed by another Howard Cross appearance streak of 64 straight games. That distinguishes him as one of the most durable players in recent memory.
**Howard Cross Endorsement**
Among the many Howard Cross endorsements during his career were the Jacobs Trophy for being the most outstanding blocker in the SEC while at Alabama and the 1995 True Value Man of the Year Award while with the Giants.
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