Nebraska Danger Signs Former NFL Running Back
Article posted on: 2012-03-29 00:00:00
The Bosselman Companies, Bosselman Entertainment LLC and the Nebraska Danger Indoor Professional Football Team are pleased to announce the signing of:
Dorsey, a 6'0 208 RB/DB, has spent time in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals, Indianapolis Colts (Super Bowl Champions 2006), and Detroit Lions. Most recently, Dorsey played in the United Football League under Jim Fassel and the Las Vegas Locomotives. Dorsey was the Championship game MVP in the league's inaugural season of 2009 as the Locomotives were UFL Champions in back to back seasons. He is a graduate of Lindenwood University, where as a senior, he was named first-team all-NAIA as a running back after rushing for 1,600 yards and 18 touchdowns. It was the first time in NAIA history that a player was named first-team NAIA on defense and offense in successive seasons. In less than three seasons as a defensive player, Dorsey had seven career interceptions, returning four for touchdowns, and blocked seven field goals and nine punts.
Danger Head Coach Mike Davis remarks, "We can expect a plethora of things from Dorsey. He will be on offense, defense, and special teams while he is in a Danger uniform. He has the versatility to be used at any position on the field, which will be a huge asset to our team."