No. 68 & 60
|Date of birth:December 15, 1946|
|Place of birth: Lowell, Massachusetts|
|College: Arizona State University & San Jose State|
|NFL Draft: 1969 / Round: 9th / Pick: 209|
|Debuted in 1970|
|Last played in 1971|
Steven Theodore Alexakos (born 1946) is a former American Pro Football player.
- 1970, Wearing No. 68, Steve started one game and played in 8 total during Denver's 1970 season.
- 1971 Wearing No. 60, Steve played in 10 games with the Giants.
After high school, Steve attended Junior College at Diablo Valley College from 1965-1966. He then went on to Arizona State University and finally to San Jose State where he played Offensive Guard from 1967-1968.
In 1991 was working as the Junior varsity line coach at De La Salle High School (Concord, California) when he was moved up to the Varsity Staff. Here, he was instrumental as part of the coaching staff that established the Spartans longest winning streak of 151 games. Then in 1995, Steve took a job as line coach for one year at San Jose State.
- Book: "When the game stands tall: the story of the De La Salle Spartans and Football's Longest Winning Streak" By Neil Hayes, Bob Larson, Tony La Russa, 2003.