Anton Palepoi

Anton Palepoi

Seattle Seahawks

Denver Broncos

Arizona Cardinals

 

 

Anton Charles Palepoi was born January 19, 1978. He is a former NFL defensive end of Samoan descent. He played five seasons in the National Football League, most notably with the Seattle Seahawks (2002–2004).

He attended Hunter High School in West Valley City, Utah where he played basketball and football for the Wolverines. He went on to attend Dixie College, where he was named Western States Football League Most Valuable Player in 1999. He was an All-Mountain West Conference selection in both of his years at UNLV, despite having his senior season cut short to only six games.

The Seattle Seahawks selected Anton in the second round, 60th overall. He was the highest selected player from UNLV since Ickey Woods in 1988.

He played for Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos, and the Arizona Cardinals, before signing with the New Orleans Saints in May 2007.

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