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Meet Joe

Joe Bock was born on July 21, 1959 in Rochester, NY.

 

He played at East Rochester High School for the legendary Hall of Fame coach Don Quinn. He obtained a full scholarship and played football from 1977 to 1981 for the University of Virginia as a defensive lineman / long snapper.

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With years of experience and a warm personality, Joe is the perfect person to show your children the ropes!

With Joe Bock and Co. on site, you’ll be able to witness some living legends.

Your child will get to play beside some of the

great players.

These great players also make great coaches.

Talent in the flesh

Awesome players

Terrific coaches

Lifelong memories

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He entered the NFL in 1981 with the Buffalo Bills.

In 1982, he had a short stint with the New York Jets and the Hamilton Tiger Cats (CFL).

In 1983, Bock played for the Birmingham Stallions in the United States Football League (USFL).

In 1984, he played for the Houston Gamblers. He was selected in the 1983 USFL Veteran Allocation Draft from Birmingham. The Gamblers were Western Division Champions.

In 1985, Bock went back to the Stallions and garnered a championship ring.

He went back to the NFL and played for the Buffalo Bills and  St. Louis Cardinals in 1987.

In 1988, Bock played in the Arena Football League for the Chicago Bruisers and made twelve tackles in ArenaBowl II. The 13-0-1 Bruisers lost to Detroit Drive 21 to 13.

In 2006, Bock most likely set another record, amazingly, by playing professional indoor football at the age of 46. Bock played center, defensive lineman, long snapper, and even covered kick-offs  in the Great Lakes Indoor Football League for his hometown Rochester Raiders and the New York/New Jersey Revolution.

Bock is the only player to have played in 5 professional football leagues. He played in the NFL, USFL, CFL, Arena, and the Great Lakes Indoor Football League.

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