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Dave Cloutier was born on 22 November, 1938 in Maine, is a player. Discover Dave Cloutier's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 79 years old?

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Age 79 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 22 November 1938
Birthday 22 November
Birthplace Gardiner, Maine, U.S.
Date of death November 6, 2017
Died Place Palm Coast, Florida, U.S.
Nationality Maine

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After football, Cloutier returned to Maine to work in real estate, which he continued after he moved to Florida. He died on November 6, 2017.


In 1993, he was inducted into the University of Maine Sports Hall of Fame. In 2010, he was inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame.


Cloutier was converted into a free safety. He was cut on September 8, but was later re-signed. He was mostly used as a punt returner on special teams. He started in the American Football Conference Championship game against the Buffalo Bills. He was released on August 31, 1965.


On March 3, 1964, he signed with the Boston Patriots of the American Football League after being a football head coach for Kennebunk High School (record 11-5) and playing running back for the Portland Seahawks of the Atlantic Coast Conference for one season. He became the first Maine native to play for the franchise.


Cloutier was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the eighteenth round (242nd overall) of the 1962 NFL Draft, but after failing to come to terms with the Cowboys, he chose to sign as an undrafted free agent with the Buffalo Bills of the American Football League on January 4, 1962. He was tried at offensive end to take advantage of his speed, before suffering an ankle injury and being later waived.


In 1959, he tied a school record with 159 rushing yards against Bates College, while also leading the team in rushing and scoring. In 1960, although he was limited with injuries, he finished second on the team in rushing. In 1961 as a senior, he led the team in scoring and finished second on the team in receiving, while contributing to an undefeated season. He finished his career with 174 carries for 1,025 yards and 92 points (seventh in school history).


David Lee Cloutier (November 22, 1938 – November 6, 2017) was an American football safety in the American Football League (AFL) for the Boston Patriots. He played college football at the University of Maine.


Cloutier attended Gardiner High School in Maine, where he practiced football, basketball and track. In football he was a two-way player, running back on offense and safety on defense. As a senior, he scored a then school-record 114 points and received All-state honors. He contributed to a 22-1-1 record in his three seasons and two Class B state championships (1954 and 1955).