Cameron Spikes

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Overview

Cameron Spikes

Date of birth
Nov 06, 1976

Ht: 6'4"Wt: 325 lbs.

Birthplace
Madisonville, TX

Hometown
Bryan, TX

College
Texas A&M University, College Station

High school
Bryan

Summary
Cameron Spikes (born November 6, 1976 in Madisonville, Texas) is a former American football guard of the National Football League. He was originally drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the fifth round of the 1999 NFL Draft. He played college football at Texas A&M.
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Awards

Super Bowl Champion
St. Louis Rams
1999

NFC Champion
St. Louis Rams
2001, 1999

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Texas A&M - Cameron Spikes
by RAB88 Feb 19, 2012
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1998CottonBowl-A&MvUCLA-Dante Hall
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Texas A&M halfback Dante Hall (#34) struggles for extra yardage against UCLA as Aggie lineman Cameron Spikes (#73) blocks.
by RAB88 Apr 08, 2010
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26 Nov 1996: Quarterback Branndon Stewart of the Texas A&M Aggies loses the ball during a game against the Texas Longhorns at Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. Texas won the game 51-15.Photo: Brian Bahr/Getty Images
by RAB88 Dec 20, 2011
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Updated athletic career information for Cameron Spikes
Added Cameron Spikes to the 1995 Texas A&M Aggies Football team roster.
  • Set role to Offensive Guard.
Added Cameron Spikes to the 1996 Texas A&M Aggies Football team roster.
  • Set role to Offensive Guard.
Added Cameron Spikes to the 1997 Texas A&M Aggies Football team roster.
  • Set role to Offensive Guard.
Added Cameron Spikes to the 1998 Texas A&M Aggies Football team roster.
  • Set role to Offensive Guard.
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by RAB88 Jun 23, 2011
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Updated the main image for Cameron Spikes
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by rams_lakers Jan 03, 2011
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