Kevin Fagan (American football)
|Date of birth:||April 25, 1963|
|Place of birth:||Lake Worth, Florida|
|Height:||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Weight:||260 lb (118 kg)|
|High school:||Lake Worth (FL) Leonard|
|NFL Draft:||1986 / Round: 4 / Pick: 102|
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Kevin Scott Fagan (born April 25, 1963) is a former American football defensive end who played seven seasons (from 1986 to 1993) for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League. Fagan was regarded as one of the best run stopping defensive linemen in professional football, until several injuries including back, shoulder, and knee issues forced him to retire following the 1993 season. In 1990, Fagan earned second team UPI all-pro honors. 
though he was drafted in 1986, he didn't make his official debut until 1987 for San Francisco.
Fagan was one of the NFL's strongest men, having recorded a Miami school record 560 pound bench press. 
Fagan graduated in 1981 from John I. Leonard High School in Lake Worth, where he played football and track and field. He played college football at the University of Miami and is a member of the UM Sports Hall of Fame.
Was named head softball coach of the College of Central Florida after serving as a volunteer assistant.
Fagan's daughters Kasey, Sami and Haley play collegiate Division I softball.
Kasey Fagan, former Florida (2011-12) and Arkansas (2013-15).
Haley Fagan, former South Alabama (2013) and current Auburn (2014-17).
All were standouts for her father, Kevin Fagan, at Dunnellon High School in Dunnellon, Fla. before moving on to the next level.
Fagan's son, Cole, was signed to play for Air Force football team during the NSD in 2015 but not on the current roster.
- "Kevin Fagan". ProFootballReference. Retrieved 2012-03-17.
- "Fagan to Serve as Honorary Game Captain". 49ers.com. Retrieved 2012-03-17.
- "Kevin Fagan". University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame Inductee. Retrieved 2010-08-24.
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