"A knee injury in a preseason game against the Redskins kept him out of the entire 1974 season after he was projected to take over a starting defensive tackle spot. Jeff was impressive in preseason workouts.
He appeared in nine games in 1973, getting better each week, and will be tried at both defensive end and tackle this fall. Picked by the Bills in the second round of the 1973 college draft, Jeff spent the off-season in Buffalo building up his injured leg.
He was an honorable mention All-America for John McKay at Southern Cal, made second team All-Pacific Eight Conference and was a member of the College All-Star team. He attended Modesto Junior College for two years, winning letters in football, basketball and track. Jeff scored a high of 41 points in a JC basketball game and threw the shot a Modesto record 55 feet, 11 inches.
Jeff's undergraduate major was physical education with a minor in business. He's interested in the coaching and teaching professions. Hunting, fishing and golf are among his favorite pastimes."
-Buffalo Bills 1975 Yearbook