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Anthony "Tony" Francis Cline Jr. (born November 24, 1971) is a retired National Football League tight end. He was born in Davis and played high school football at Davis Senior High School. Cline was an All-California selection for the Blue Devils and started on both sides of the ball for the only Davis High School football team to win the section championship, in 1988. He graduated from Davis High School in 1990.

Cline was given a scholarship to play football at Stanford University. He was named All-Pacific-10 honorable mention as a senior for the Cardinal. He recorded a career-high 11 catches, including the winning TD, in an upset against Colorado that season. Cline was a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity and studied qualitative economics while at Stanford.

Cline was selected by the Buffalo Bills with the 33rd pick in the fourth round (131st overall) of the 1995 NFL Draft. He played for the Bills (1995-1997), Pittsburgh Steelers (1999), and San Francisco 49ers (1999). Cline retired following the 1999 season.

Cline's father, Tony Sr., was an NFL defensive lineman for eight seasons with the Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers.

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