Actor: Goin' All the Way!, Pennies from Heaven, Superstition, Angel, Quarterback Princess, The Sure Thing, In the Mood, Surf II, Knightwatch, Duet, Kuffs // Guest Star: Happy Days, Airwolf, Fame, Full House, Coach, Quantum Leap
Former American football player who started as a quarterback and defensive back for the Texas Longhorns in the early 1960s. He was the starting quarterback on Texas' first National Championship team in 1963. In his final game, he set the NCAA record for m
former college/NFL running back; played for University of Arkansas, Packers, Browns & Lions; 3X NFL champion; former NFL assistant coach for Eagles, Falcons, Vikings, Cardinals, Redskins, Lions, Packers & Oilers
Rob Carpenter (born August 1, 1968 in Amityville, New York) is a retired American football wide receiver who played for the New England Patriots, New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.
NFL, TE, Detroit Lions 1988, Los Angeles Rams 1989-93, Houston Oilers 1994, St. Louis Rams 1995, Arizona Cardinals 1996-97. NFL, coach, St. Louis Rams 2004-05, Detroit Lions 2006-present. College - Florida State
Actor: Cleopatra Jones, Hit Man, Black Gunn, Brian's Song, Gargoyles, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Boxcar Bertha, Revenge of the Nerds, Never Say Never Again, Star Trek DS9, Under Siege, Sharky's Machine, Rent-a-Cop
NFL - Cincinnati Bengals TE Coach. Former NFL TE, Houston Texans (2009 draft, 5th round, #152 overall). Also Played for the Denver Broncos and Philadelphia Eagles. College; Rice. Formerly Coached at the University of Houston