Gene Trosch

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Gene Trosch
Position: DE/DT
Personal information
Born: (1945-06-07) June 7, 1945 (age 75)
Steubenville, Ohio
Died:2013
Career information
College: Miami (FL)
NFL Draft: 1967  / Round: 1 / Pick: 24
Career history
Career highlights and awards
  • American Football League Champion
  • World Champion (1969)

Eugene Lloyd Trosch (born June 7, 1945 in Steubenville, Ohio) is a former American collegiate and Professional Football defensive lineman. He played collegiately for the University of Miami and professionally in the American Football League. Trosch was on the Kansas City Chiefs' roster for two seasons in 1967 and 1969 but according to records, did not play in 27 games. [1] Trosch attended Madonna High School in Weirton, West Virginia. [1]

Trosch was on the 1969 Chiefs' team that won the fourth and final AFL-NFL World Championship game.

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