|Born:||Sept. 19, 1964|
|1994||Las Vegas Posse|
Anthony Blue is a former Canadian Football League defensive back.
Graduating from UNLV, Blue played 14 games with the Las Vegas Posse in 1994, making 23 tackles and returning 1 punt.
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