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Jonathan Fanene

Bengals, Utah

Hails from Pago Pago, American Samoa ... Lettered in football, basketball, track and volleyball at Tafuna High School. Member of a family with 12 children He is a lifelong friend of Bengals DT Domata Peko, who is also from American Samoa. Sociology major at Utah ... Married (wife Lorelei) His last name is pronounced 'fuh-NAY-nay."

Ron Fellows

Defensive back
Dallas Cowboys
Los Angeles Raiders

He played for the Dallas Cowboys as Number 27 from 1981 to 1987 with Danny White  and also Glen Titensor.  In 1986 his coach described him as “as our best pure cover man because of his speed and quickness.”  He will be remembered most for his pure flat out speed at right corner.  He was nicknamed “Bird” because his playing weight was a slight 160 pounds.  He was named specialty team captain in the mid 1980’s  He played for the Los Angeles Raiders as Number 21 from 1987 to 1989.  He joined the Church in 2002. 

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Aaron Francisco

Cardinals

Aaron James Monroe Francisco … an all-state and all-league selection as a senior ... helped lead Kahuku (HI) High School to a state championship as a senior ... earned a trip to the Hawaii All-Star game … prep alma mater Kahuku High is the alma mater of three other current NFL players: Carolina DT Ma’ake Kemoeatu, Pittsburgh G Chris Kemoeatu, and Jacksonville G Chris Naeole.

Signed as a rookie free agent in 2005, attended training camp and was released on 8/22. Re-signed to the practice squad on 9/5 and was promoted to the 53-man roster on 10/12. Saw action in 11 games on special teams. Had a break-out season in ‘06, being named an alternate to the Pro Bowl after leading the team in special teams tackles. Signed a four-year contract extension on 12/30/06. www.azcardinals.com

Joe Germaine

After leading Ohio State to a win in the Rose Bowl, Joe was the rookie back up to Kurt Warner when the St. Louis Rams defeated the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV. 

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David Hale

Ravens

Weber State offensive tackle David Hale (6-5, 305 Sr. / Plain City, Utah- Fremont HS) was the drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round. He was the 34th pick in the fourth round and the 133rd overall pick in the 2008 NFL draft.
 

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