Chad Steven Henne, an American football quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League, was born on July 2, 1985. (NFL). He went to the University of Michigan for his education.
During his time at Michigan, Henne became only the second true freshman starting qb in school history, amassing 32 regular-season victories, 8,740 offensive yards, and 87 touchdowns, and leading the Wolverines to a Capital One Bowl win over Florida in his senior season. After shooting for more than 350 yards, he was awarded MVP of the game.
Sheldon Henne and Suzanne Henne
Beginning with the Father. Sheldon Henne is the father of Chad Steven Hene. He is known to be a Laborer at East Penn Manufacturing. And a probable welder.
His mother on the other hand, is the biological mom of Chad. Actually, they like to hide from the spotlight but there have been rumored concerning her involvement in the works of science exploration.
Prior to the beginning of his 3rd grade year in 1994, Henne relocated to the Wilson School District. Over four seasons, he appeared in 43 high school games (42 starts) with the Bulldogs, posting a 33–10 record. His Wilson football teams have won two Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 1 championships, the first during his freshman year (2000) and the second during his junior year (2002). (2002).