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Ken Greene

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Ken Greene is an American home-builder and ex-NFL player from San Diego, California who was a contestant on the reality television competition The Amazing Race 13, in 2008.

His team partner was wife Tina Greene. He was 51 during filming of the Race.

Amazing Race Team Profile

This married couple is looking to be reconnected on the Race. They’ve been separated for nine months and living on different coasts and are ready to put their marriage back together.

Ken, an ex-NFL star who played for both the St. Louis Cardinals and the San Diego Chargers, was also a college football assistant coach and is currently a home builder. He is competitive, athletic and believes his problem solving skills will help them win the Race.

He thinks Tina is too controlling and should relax a bit more, but anticipates the Race will help them learn to appreciate their differences.

His poor choices and infidelity tore their marriage apart and he prays that the Race will help Tina to trust him again.

Tina is a business owner and a CEO. She enjoys meeting new people and experiencing new cultures and believes that everyone has an endearing unique quality about them. She is the brains while Ken is the brawn.

She has worked as a Director of Strategic Planning and has launched two successful companies. Tina is also Chairman of the Board of The Children's Cancer Center in Tampa.

Tina is driven, athletic and competitive. Both Tina and Ken are Christians and have refocused their lives on building their faithfulness.

Despite their differences, they are still in love and eager to fix their marriage. Both are well traveled and adventurous.


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