Craig Wrolstad Wiki
Craig Wrolstad (born September 5, 1965) since the 2003 NFL season has served as an American football official for the National Football League (NFL), donning uniform number 4.
He is well-known among NFL officials for serving as a field judge for Super Bowl XLVII in 2013. He was a field judge, and his uniform number was 89.
|Date of Birth||September 5, 1965|
|Place of Birth||Lake Tapps, Washington|
|Net worth||$3 million (estimated)|
Craig Wrolstad Education
Craig Wrolstad attended Meeker Junior High (7, 8, and 9), which is now Meeker Middle School, for middle school, and Lindbergh High School for high school.
Living in Lake Tapps, Washington, is Wrolstad.
Wrolstad oversees high school athletics at Seattle Christian School outside of the NFL.
Craig Wrolstad Career
Craig Wrolstad was promoted to referee with the start of the 2014 NFL season following the retirements of Ron Winter and Scott Green, He was first hired by the NFL in 2003 as a field judge.
As a field judge, Wrolstad wore uniform number 89; after being promoted, he changed to uniform number 4. Doug Toole, Bill Kingzett, and Bruce Finlayson have all worn number 4 in the past.
Wrolstad served as the Super Bowl LII’s backup official, which was played in Minneapolis’s U.S. Bank Stadium.
The 2020 Pro Bowl, which took place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, had Wrolstad as its official referee.
Craig Wrolstad Wife
Craig Wrolstad is married to Chrystal and they have 2 kids.
Craig Wrolstad Net worth
Craig Wrolstad has an estimated net worth of $3 million. He is well-known among NFL officials for serving as a field judge for Super Bowl XLVII in 2013.
He was a field judge, and his uniform number was 89.