Played most of the 1987 season as a back-up on the offensive line and had two starts. Was originally a 4th round pick of the Giants in 1984 and spent two seasons in the Big Apple making eight starts on the offensive line. Was waived by the Giants in 1986 and spent a year out of football before being signed as a free agent in February 1987 by the Bucs and making that season's roster. Never played in the NFL again after leaving Tampa Bay. Went on to become an actor after leaving pro football and starred in both "Con Air" with Nicholas Cage, and the re-make of "The Longest Yard" with Adam Sandler.