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Peter Brock
Peter Brock

Stan Brock
Stan Brock

Peter and Stan Brock - Football

The brothers Brock from Vernonia, were just 2 of 4 football players in the family.

Born 4 years apart, Pete and Stan Brock would follow very similar paths to long and successful grid iron careers.

Both starred at Jesuit High School; both played collegiately at Colorado; both were the 12th overall selection of their respective NFL drafts and both played in the Super Bowl.

Pete came fi rst, a high school and college All-American as a center, he was named to Colorado’s team of the century. He played his entire 12 year NFL career for the New England Patriots.

Pete proved to be one of the more versatile linemen to ever play the game, fi lling in as a guard, tackle, wing back as well as long snapping. He played 4 different positions in one series of a game and made one career catch for a touchdown.

Pete Brock lasted a dozen years in the league despite a series of knee injuries.
Little brother Stan would be known for his longevity. Stan Brock won renown as a tackle for the Colorado Buffs. Coach Chuck Fairbanks called him the best pass blocker in the college game.

Stan spent 16 years as a pro, the fi rst 12 with the team that drafted him in 1980, the New Orleans Saints. He made 67 consecutive starts at one point in his Saints tenure then got his chance at a world championship fi nishing his career in San Diego.

Stan Brock made a second career as a coach, first in Arena Football, then as assistant and head coach of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

The Brock brothers shared one more experience following their
careers, both have served as NFL broadcasters.