Clint Oldenburg

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    Oldenburg (number 76) at the Patriots 2007 training camp.

Clint Oldenburg (born September 9, 1983 in Sheridan, Wyoming) is a National Football League offensive tackle on the practice squad for the St. Louis Rams. He attended (2003- 2006) Colorado State University and played at tight end, guard, tackle in his career with Colorado State. He was a consistent starter at offensive line, and most prominently tackle. On April 29, 2007, Oldenburg was drafted in the 5th round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots.[1] He was released from the team on September 1, 2007[2] but was resigned to the Patriots practice squad after passing waivers the following day.[3]


  1. Official Blog of the Patriots Football Weekly, April 29th, 2007, "Pats select OT Clint Oldenburg"
  2. Boston Globe, Mike Reiss, September 1, 2007, "Patriots cuts"
  3. Boston Globe, Mike Reiss, September 2, 2007, "Oldenburg returns"

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