Ben Niemann is a linebacker with five years of playing experience in the National Football League. He was initially signed by the Kansas City Chiefs as an undrafted free agent and made his NFL debut in a game against the Los Angeles Chargers on September 9, 2018.
Niemann played for the Chiefs for four seasons before signing with the Arizona Cardinals.
Niemann spent his childhood in a number of different places due to the fact that his father worked as a football coach all over the country.
He was originally born in Des Moines, Iowa. He went to high school in Sycamore, Illinois, which is located in Sycamore, and there he participated in both football and basketball.
During his junior and senior years of high school football, he was selected to the first team of all-state as a wide receiver and safety.
Niemann attended the University of Iowa after high school. Niemann spent four years playing college football with the Iowa Hawkeyes, during which time he appeared in a total of 53 games and started the final 40 games of his career.
As a true freshman, he saw action primarily on special teams and as a reserve linebacker. During one game against Northwestern, he blocked a punt and then returned the ball for a touchdown.
What Is Ben Niemann Nationality?
Ben Niemann is an American citizen. He is from Des Moines, Iowa but attended high school at Sycamore High School, in Sycamore, Illinois due to his dad’s job.