Carl Silvestri

Carl Silvestri was a player in the National Football League for the St. Louis Cardinals and Atlanta Falcons in 1965 and 1966 as a defensive back. He played at the collegiate level at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Biography

Silvestri was born on March 27, 1943 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.[1] He attended St. Robert's elementary school and Shorewood High School in Shorewood, Wisconsin. Silvestri died on November 25, 2004 in Mequon, Wisconsin.

References

  1. ^ https://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/S/SilvCa20.htm
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