|Date of birth:||February 23, 1981|
|Place of birth:||Park Ridge, NJ|
|2006||New Orleans Saints|
|Playing stats at|
August W. "Augie" Hoffmann III (February 23, 1981, in Park Ridge, New Jersey) is an American football guard. Hoffmann attended Saint Joseph Regional High School in neighboring Montvale, New Jersey. He then went to Boston College, where he played football all four years.
He was signed by the New Orleans Saints to a Reserve/Future contract on January 3, 2006.
- ↑ Dicker, Ron. "COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Texas Makes the Passing Grade: Simms Signs Up", The New York Times, February 4, 1999. Accessed September 30, 2007. "Boston College received commitments from several prominent New Jersey players, including running back William Green (6-1, 220) of Holy Spirit in Absecon and linemen Augie Hoffman (6-4, 315) of St. Joseph's in Montvale and Tom Martin (6-5, 245) of Howell."
- ↑ Czerwinski, Mark. "Hoffman, St. Joseph Reunited", "The Bergen Record" July 6, 2009. "Hoffman has been hired as an English teacher and head freshman football coach at St. Joseph. We always hear high school athletes talk about tradition and the impact life in the program makes on them, and Hoffman's return is living proof of just how indelible a mark that experience leaves."
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