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|Date of birth||January 28, 1944|
|Place of birth||Alliance, Ohio|
|NFL draft||1966 / Round: 6|
|Career highlights and awards|
Fred Hoaglin, (born January 28, 1944, in Alliance, Ohio) was a center in the NFL from 1966 to 1976. Graduated from East Palestine High School and University of Pittsburgh. He was a member of the first Seattle Seahawks team after being acquired from Houston in the expansion draft.
Hoaglin was an assistant coach for the Detroit Lions (1978–1984), New York Giants (1985–1992), New England Patriots (1993–1996), and Jacksonville Jaguars (1997–2000). He was an assistant coach for the Giants during their Super Bowl XXV championship season.
- Detroit Lions (1978-1984) (OL)
- New York Giants (1985-1992) (OL)
- New England Patriots (1993-1996) (OL)
- Jacksonville Jaguars (1997-2001) (TE)
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