Professional Football Player. For eleven seasons (1960 to 1970), he played at the guard position in the National Football League with the Washington Redskins. Born Vincent Louis Promuto, he attended Mount Saint Michael Academy in New York and played collegiate football at the College of the Holy Cross. During this period, he set a college football record when he recovered 8 fumbles in one game against Boston College. Selected by the Washington Redskins during the 4th round of the 1960 NFL Draft, he totaled 130 career regular season games. He distinguished himself when he achieved Pro-Bowl honors twice (1963 and 1964). After retiring from football. he attained his law degree from the American University of Law and went on to serve as an Assistant US Attorney. Additionally, he served as the first Director of Affairs at the Drug Enforcement Agency. He is a member of the Washington Redskins Ring of Fame.
Bio by: C.S.