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Marc Edward Colombo (born October 8, 1978 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American football Offensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. He was originally selected in the first round (29th overall) of the 2002 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears. He played college football at Boston College. He is also the rhythm guitarist in the heavy metal band Free Reign.

Colombo attended Bridgewater-Rayham High School where he earned Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Brockton Enterprise and Taunton Gazette all-scholastic honors as a senior offensive tackle. He also earned All-Northeast honors from SuperPrep. He helped lead his team to two conference titles in four years (1993 and 1996), his team advanced to the Division 1-A Super Bowl in 1996. He recorded 75 tackles and five sacks as a senior. He also played basketball and baseball. He won the Brockton Enterprise and Taunton Gazette's all-scholastic basketball honors while helping lead his team to the conference title as a senior. He was also an honor roll student and active in the Drama Club.

After he graduated high school, Colombo attended Boston College, where he majored in Sociology in which he graduated with a degree in, from at the College of Arts & Sciences. He also worked on an undergraduate major his senior year.

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