|Date of birth:||October 14, 1943|
|Place of birth:||New Kensington, Pennsylvania|
|College:||University of Minnesota|
|NFL Draft:||1965 / Round: 5|
|Los Angeles Rams|
As a member of the Bills in his final year (1970), he became their starting center, replacing Al Bemiller. However, the Bills fielded a poor team that year, with a record of 3-10-1, scoring only 204 points (14.6 points/game), 23rd of 26 teams in the NFL, despite the presence of second year pro O.J. Simpson in the backfield, who only rushed for 488 yards. The following year, Marchlewski was replaced by rookie Bruce Jarvis.
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