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Larry Kaminski

Larry Kaminski (born January 6, 1945) is a former professional American football player. Kaminski is originally from Cleveland, Ohio where he attended Cathedral Latin High School. As captain of the Lions, he helped lead the team to win the East Senate title and compete in the City Championship- Charity Game. Following his senior year he made numerous honors to include All-Ohio, High School All American, and played in the Ohio All Star game in Canton, Ohio. Purdue awarded Larry a scholarship to attend the Big 10 University. Larry played all three varsity seasons as both a center and line backer. He was Captain of the freshman team. The Purdue teams coached by Jack Mollenkopf led by Hall of Famer Bob Griese beat Notre Dame and was ranked in the top 10 his senior year. Larry earned first team All Big Ten honors and honorable mention All American. After the season ended he was invited to play in the Blue Gray game in Montgomery, Alabama where he started the entire game at center.

Retired Denver Bronco Donating Brain to Science

Retired Denver Bronco Donating Brain to Science

Former Denver Broncos all-star Larry Kaminski -- one of 75 NFL vets suing the league for allegedly covering up info about the effects of concussions -- is donating his brain to a medical research… READ MORE >

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