Eric Warfield was a 7th round pick in 1998 out of University of Nebraska, where he won two National Champsionships.. Warfield was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs and played an instrumental role for the franchise. 360 Sports negotiated numerous contracts for Eric worth over $24.5 million.
360 Sports negotiated a football card deal for Warfield, for which he is still enjoying the royalties today.
Eric Warfield’s mother cared deeply about foster children and made it her life’s work to help these children. This civic duty was not lost on Eric who carried on his mother’s legacy. For every Kansas City Chiefs home game, Eric would invite 44 (his jersey number) foster children to the game and pay for all of their expenses. Additionally, Eric invited 44 foster kids to a movie premiere of a Harry Potter.
Eric continues his charitable work playing in charity golf tournaments and coaching at football camps, he enjoys acting as a mentor and leader to youth.
As a leader and a role model on the Kansas City Chiefs, Warfield was asked to perform many media activities during his career.
After his career finished, Eric seamlessly transitioned into being an assistant coach at the University of Nebraska.