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Larry Stephens Date of birth: September 24, 1938 (1938-09-24) (age 72) Place of birth: Buda, Texas Date of death: 1998 Career information Position(s): Defensive tackle Defensive end College: Texas NFL Draft: 1960 / Round: 2 / Pick: 18 Organizations  As player: 1960-1961 1962 1963-1967 Cleveland Browns Los Angeles Rams Dallas Cowboys Playing stats at Lawrence Clifton Stephens (born September 24, 1938) was an American football defensive lineman who played eight seasons in the National Football League. Contents 1 Early years 2 Professional career 2.1 Cleveland Browns 2.2 Los Angeles Rams 2.3 Dallas Cowboys 2.4 After the NFL 3 External links Early years He was a 1956 graduate of Angleton High School. In his senior year he was named High School All-American in football. He was an outstanding all-around athlete who also excelled in basketball, baseball, and track. He later married Jane Stephens and had 5 children. Mark, Susan, Jeff, Shannon, and Walter. He was widely recruited and committed to play football at the University of Texas which was then coached by Darrell Royal. He was a key contributor to the Longhorn's successes in the late 1950s which included an SWC Championship and appearances in both the Sugar Bowl and Cotton Bowl Classic. In his senior year he was named to the All-Southwest Conference team. While at Texas he also pitched for the Texas Longhorns baseball team. Professional career Cleveland Browns The Cleveland Browns selected him in the second round of the 1960 NFL Draft. He played for the Browns in 1960 and 1961. While with the Browns he scored his only NFL touchdown on a 38 yard interception return against the Dallas Cowboys. Los Angeles Rams He was traded to the Los Angeles Rams for the 1962 season where he started at defensive tackle alongside NFL notables Merlin Olson, Lamar Lundy, and Deacon Jones. Dallas Cowboys In 1963 he was traded to the Dallas Cowboys where he played defensive end for the original "Doomsday Defense". He was a starter from 1963 through 1966 when he was slowed by a knee injury and was replaced by Willie Townes. While he was with the Cowboys, the team made the transition from mediocrity to championship contention. He played in two NFL championship games including the 1967 NFL Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers, commonly known as the Ice Bowl. After the NFL Larry taught American History and coached football at Magnolia Junior High School(Magnolia, Texas) in the 1980's. Larry Stephens died in 1998[citation needed]. External links player page Persondata Name Stephens, Larry Alternative names Short description Date of birth September 24, 1938 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to an American football defensive lineman born in the 1930s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e