Stan Brock has devoted over half his life to the football field.
Stan played his high school football at Portland’s Jesuit High School. As an offensive tackle he was one of the most highly-recruited linemen in the country and played his college football at the University of Colorado where he was selected as a First Team All-American in 1979. He was also chosen to the All Big Eight First Team that year.
In the 1980 NFL draft Stan was selected 12th overall by the New Orleans Saints.
He played 13-seasons with the Saints before finishing his career with the San Diego Chargers. He was on the 1995 Chargers team that played in Super Bowl XXIX. Stan retired from the NFL after 16-seasons where he missed a total of only 11 games.
Brock then made the leap from player to coach.
He was named the head coach of the AFL’s Portland Forest Dragons in 1997. He also coached the AFL’s Los Angeles Avengers.
After the AFL, Brock spent 5-years as the offensive line coach at Army, and was named head coach in 2007, leading the Cadets until 2009.
Stan is married and has four daughters.