Alan Reuber, a towering offensive lineman, spent time with numerous teams during his five seasons in the NFL. An undrafted free agent out of college, Reuber initially signed with the Minnesota Vikings in 2004 before making his way to the Arizona Cardinals before the start of the season. He played as a backup tackle and member of the practice squad in Arizona for two years. In 2006, the Cincinnati Bengals signed Alan Reuber to the practice squad. He functioned in this capacity for two seasons before joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Reuber also attended preseason camp with the San Francisco 49ers in 2008 prior to his retirement.
Since leaving football, Alan Reuber has turned his attention to the transportation industry as a Logistics Account Manager. To prepare himself for the position, Reuber went through the Transportation Intermediaries Association’s certification program for transportation brokers.
Alan Reuber laid the foundation for his professional football career at Plano High School in Texas, where he led his team to the Area Championship. Consistently recognized for his individual performance, Reuber earned accolades as an All-District, All-Metroplex, and All-State selection on the offensive line. His success in high school paved the way for his collegiate career at Texas A&M University. Alan Reuber studied business management while opening holes for the Aggie football team, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in 2003. Following commencement, Reuber returned to the institution for various graduate school courses, as well.