Ralph Tamm

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Ralph Tamm
Football • West Chester

Ralph Tamm played football at West Chester State College (WCU) and was an integral offensive linemen for the Golden Rams football team!

Ralph began his athletic career at Bensalem High School, in Bensalem, PA. After graduation he was drafted by the NFL New York Jets in the 9th round (high school players could be drafted back then) but decided to go to college instead.

Ralph enrolled at West Chester State (WCU) playing the guard position for head coach Rick Daniels. He garnered All League Honors and was an integral member of the winning teams of the 'Daniels' era at West Chester. Ralph would later be named to the WCU Football Hall of Fame for his collegiate playing career.

In 1990 Ralph signed with the NFL Cleveland Browns, the start of his NFL playing career. He would also play for Cincinnati, Washington, San Francisco, Denver and Kansas City. Ralph Tamm was a member of two Super Bowl teams, Washington in 1991, and in 1994 with the San Francisco 49ers along with his WCU teammate Lee Woodall. During his ten-year career in the NFL he played in 121 games and started 31 games.

Today Ralph is an NFL player agent for Golden Peaks Sports and Entertainment representing NFL players with contracts, marketing endeavors and personal appearances. He is also involved in the horse breeding industry and was part owner of the Kansas City Brigade of the Arena Football League until 2012.

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