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About Trench Work LLC

Trench Work was founded by Kendrick Rogers Sr. who is a native of Mobile, AL, where he was a three-year starter at Mattie T. Blount
High School, 1992-1996. Kendrick currently resides in Harvest, AL with his wife, LaToya Rogers
and son, Kendrick Rogers, Jr.” He is a proud member of the Fellowship of Faith Church in
Huntsville, AL. under the guidance of Pastor Troy Gardner.

Rogers was a talented offensive lineman who starred for Alabama A&M from 1997-00 before
playing four NFL seasons.

Rogers signed with Alabama A&M in 1996 after graduating from Blount High School in Mobile,
Ala. After receiving a redshirt in 1996, Rogers worked his way onto the field as a redshirt
freshman in 1997, where he recorded 14 tackles, two tackles for loss and two sacks as a
defensive end.

As a redshirt sophomore in 1998, Rogers made the move to the offensive line, where he
became one of the top offensive tackles in the Southwestern Athletic Conference.
In 1998, Rogers helped pave the way for an Alabama A&M offense that averaged 353.3 yards
per game while recording 126 rushing first downs. The following season, as a redshirt junior,
Rogers anchored an offensive line that paved the way for an offense that averaged 360.7 yards per game.

As a senior in 2000, Rogers anchored an offensive line that paved the way for an offense that
averaged 333.3 yards per game. That season, he was selected as the team’s offensive MVP.
Rogers earned numerous accolades during his Alabama A&M career. In 1998, Rogers was a
Preseason All-SWAC selection, and following the 1999 and 2000 seasons, he was a First-Team
All-SWAC selection.

Rogers was a Black College Football All-America selection following his senior season in 2000,
and ESPN NFL Draft analyst Mel Kiper ranked Rogers as the No. 18 Offensive Tackle heading
into the 2001 NFL Draft.

Following his senior season at Alabama A&M, Rogers was a Blue-Grey All-Star selection (first
in AAMU history) and he participated in the Senior Bowl (second in AAMU history). Rogers also
was the first player in Alabama A&M history to receive an invitation to the NFL Combine.
Rogers signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2001. After playing two seasons with the Eagles,
Rogers signed with the Arizona Cardinals, where he played the final two seasons of his NFL
career. Rogers also played in the NFL Europe, where he earned a World Bowl Championship
while starting at right tackle for the Frankfurt Galaxy.

In 2019 Rogers was inducted to the Class of 2019 Alabama A&M University Athletic Hall of
Fame.

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