|Date of birth:||July 17, 1920|
|Place of birth:||New Philadelphia, OH|
|College:||University of Tennessee|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Honors:||1949 - Grey Cup Champion|
|Playing stats at|
Lloyd "Bronco" Reese is a former all-star and Grey Cup champion in the Canadian Football League and a National Football League champion. He was primarily a fullback but also starred on the offensive line.
In 1948 he joined the Montreal Alouettes where his 251 pound frame made him the biggest fullback in Canadian pro football. Playing a full 12 game season he was selected as an All-Star at guard. In 1949 he played another full sked, helping the Larks to their first ever Grey Cup championship.
- ↑ Lark's Import List Now Numbers Nine, The Montreal Gazette, August 13, 1948
- ↑ Bronco's quite a man, The Leader Post, October 7, 1948
- ↑  CFLAPEDIA entry: Lloyd Reese
- ↑ Unfortunately, Reese did not get to play in the Grey Cup game. Though he played a full season and was "outstanding" in the playoffs, Canadian Rugby Union rules restricted the Alouettes to 5 import players, not the usual 7 under the Big Four rules. Both he and [[Chuck Anderson (Canadian football)|]] were forced to watch the game from the sidelines. See: Import Rule puts Bronco Reese, Chuck Anderson out of Football Playoffs by Vern DeGeer, The Montreal Gazette, November 15, 1949