Carl Eller was born on January 25, 1942. He played professional American football from 1964 to 1979 in the National Football League. He was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and went to college at the University of Minnesota. In 2004, he was put into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Eller was picked first in the NFL draft by the Minnesota Vikings in 1964. He was also picked first in the AFL draft by the Buffalo Bills, but they were unable to sign him.
Carl and his wife Molly are very happy together. Follow the article to learn more about Carl’s personal life.
Meet Molly Eller, Carl Eller’s Wife
Carl is married to Molly. However, it is unknown exactly when the pair had their grand wedding. Molly has been there for her husband through all of his ups and downs. Molly loves to hide things about herself. She doesn’t have an account on any social media site. Molly loves to keep quiet about her personal life. She doesn’t have any accounts on social media. She only appears on her husband’s accounts. According to Carl’s latest Instagram post, his wife was born on 22 October.
Carl shared a lovely post to mark his wife’s birthday. He wrote, “Happy Birthday to my lovely wife Molly! 💜 Today we are at one of our favorite places. A perfect way to celebrate her birthday.”
Carl and his first wife, Jaclynne Fasnacht, have three children together. Regis Eller, their son, is a scout for the Los Angeles Chargers. They have two daughters, Holiday Eller and Cinder Eller. Cinder Eller Kimbell is currently a TV personality.
Eller Battled With Cocaine In His Last Years In The League
According to New York Times, The hardest part of leaving the NFL for Eller was finding a new purpose in life while grieving the loss of friends and coaches who provided stability. Many players act out in the absence of organization.
Eller battled cocaine for six of his 16 years in the league. He filed for bankruptcy a year after retiring due to poor investments.
Eller, who had three children with his first wife and recently remarried, said those years were “really damaging” to him and his family.
Eller sought treatment and talked about his issues. He assisted with league substance abuse policies. He created career initiatives for former athletes. Eller led an outpatient rehab program for thousands of addicts in the 1980s and 1990s.
Meet Carl And Molly On Social Media
Carl is on Instagram right now as @carleller81. There, 1,669 people follow him, In his bio, he put, “Carl Eller | Athlete | Official Instagram page of Hall of Famer and Purple People Eaters member Carl | “Moose” Eller #81.” There was also a link to Carl’s website.
He is also on Twitter under the handle @CarlEller81. He had 7580 people who followed him. The bio on Twitter is the same as the one on Instagram.
Carl’s wife, on the other hand, isn’t on any social media. Only her husband’s account has her on it.