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Jay Robert Leeuwenburg (born June 18, 1969 in St. Louis, Missouri) is a former American football offensive lineman in the National Football League for the Kansas City Chiefs, Chicago Bears, Indianapolis Colts, Cincinnati Bengals, and the Washington Redskins. He played college football at the University of Colorado and was drafted in the ninth round of the 1992 NFL Draft. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri. At age twelve, Leeuwenberg was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.[1] Leeuwenburg coauthered the book Yes I Can! Yes You Can! with Denny Dressman, an autobiography that focuses on his struggles with diabetes and his journey to the NFL. Leeuwenburg currently works as a college football analyst on The mtn television network, of the NCAA Mountain West Conference. He is also an elementary school teacher at Colorado Academy, a high-achieving private K-12 school in Denver. He is a coach at D evelyn high school

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1990 Colorado Buffaloes football—AP & USA Today/CNN national champions

Greg Biekert Eric Bieniemy Ronnie Bradford Chad Brown Christian Fauria Deon Figures Joe Garten David Gibbs Darian Hagan Garry Howe Chris Hudson Charles Johnson Vance Joseph Jay Leeuwenburg Dave McCloughan Kanavis McGhee Mike Pritchard Leonard Renfro Tom Rouen Joel Steed Michael Westbrook Alfred Williams

Head coach: Bill McCartney

Assistant coaches: Gary Barnett Mike Barry Brian Cabral Gerry DiNardo Mike Hankwitz Bob Simmons Ron Vanderlinden

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1991 College Football All-America Team consensus selections

Offense

QB Ty Detmer RB Trevor Cobb RB Vaughn Dunbar RB Russell White WR Mario Bailey WR Desmond Howard TE Kelly Blackwell

OT Greg Skrepenak OT Bob Whitfield G Jeb Flesch G Mirko Jurkovic C Jay Leeuwenburg

Defense

DL Brad Culpepper DL Santana Dotson DL Steve Emtman DL Leroy Smith

LB Marvin Jones LB Robert Jones LB Levon Kirkland

DB Terrell Buckley DB Dale Carter DB Kevin Smith DB Darryl Williams

Special teams

P Mark Bounds PK Carlos Huerta

References[edit]

^ "Jay Leeuwenburg". Diabetes Health. Retrieved January 22, 2017. 

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