KITTANNING, Pa. (AP) -Mitch Frerotte, an offensive lineman who played in three Super Bowls for the Buffalo Bills, has died. He was 43.
He died unexpectedly at home and a cause was not immediately available. His death was confirmed by the Snyder-Crissman Funeral Home in Frerotte's hometown of Kittanning.
Frerotte played four years, including the Bills' Super Bowl seasons of 1990-92, mostly as a reserve and on special teams.
Frerotte played for Penn State from 1983-87 before joining Buffalo. He sustained a career-ending neck injury after joining the Seattle Seahawks for training camp in 1983.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

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