Carl Larpenter

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Carl Larpenter
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Position: Guard / Offensive tackle
Personal information
Born:(1936-07-01)July 1, 1936
Port Arthur, Texas
Died:September 15, 1998(1998-09-15) (aged 62)
Career information
High school: Thomas Jefferson
(Port Arthur, Texas)
College: Texas
Career history
Career NFL statistics
Games played:30
Player stats at NFL.com

Carl James Larpenter [1] (July 1, 1936 – September 15, 1998 [2] ) was a professional American football player for the American Football League's Denver Broncos (1960–1961) and Dallas Texans (1962). [3] He was born in Port Arthur, Texas and attended the University of Texas. [3] He was an offensive tackle and an offensive guard. [4]

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  1. "Carl Larpenter Past Stats, Statistics, History, and Awards". databaseFootball.com. Archived from the original on 2010-02-19.
  2. "Lest-We-Forget- powered by SmugMug".
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  4. Roster of all American Football League players 1960 - 1969