|No. 12, 14|
May 31, 1964 |
Los Angeles, California
|Career NFL statistics|
Alex A. Espinoza (born May 31, 1964) is a former National Football League quarterback who played for one season with the Kansas City Chiefs. He went to college at Iowa State after transferring from Cal State-Fullerton. During the strike shortened season of 1987 he was picked up as an undrafted free agent to serve as a backup quarterback by Kansas City and played in only one game. He compiled 69 yards on 9 out of 14 attempts with two interceptions and five rushing yards in his lone NFL game, a 42–0 loss at Miami in his lone NFL year.
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