Ambassador Bio

Mark Collins
FS #25
Height:
5-10
Weight:
205
College:
Cal State-Fullerton
Experience:
11

Biography

Mark Collins played his college ball with the Cal-State Fullerton Titans and was the second highest draft pick to come out of the football program. He was drafted 44th overall in the 1986 NFL draft by the New York Giants. He is one of the few Kansas City Chiefs ambassadors with a Super Bowl Ring, he has two. He helped lead the New York Giants defense to Super Bowl wins in both the 1986 season and the infamous 1990 season, when Buffalo Bills’ kicker Scott Norwood went “wide right” and the Giants won the game 20-19.

Mark currently resides in Overland Park, KS with his family.

Mark Collins played his college ball with the Cal-State Fullerton Titans and was the second highest draft pick to come out of the football program. He was drafted 44th overall in the 1986 NFL draft by the New York Giants. He is one of the few Kansas City Chiefs ambassadors with a Super Bowl Ring, he has two. He helped lead the New York Giants defense to Super Bowl wins in both the 1986 season and the infamous 1990 season, when Buffalo Bills’ kicker Scott Norwood went “wide right” and the Giants won the game 20-19.

Mark currently resides in Overland Park, KS with his family.