Anthony Dorsett Jr., Son of Hall of Famer, Heads to CFL
The 33-year-old Dorsett was a good safety and special teams player for four years with the Titans and three years with the Raiders, but he hasn't played since 2003, so he'll have an uphill battle making it with the Argonauts. In the last three years he's worked in commercial and residential development, so his football skills may be rusty.
Dorsett played at Pittsburgh, where his father, Tony Dorsett, won the 1976 Heisman Trophy, left school as the NCAA's all-time rushing leader, and was one of the greatest players in the history of college football. With the Cowboys, Tony Dorsett ran for more than 12,000 yards in 11 seasons before ending his career with one more year in Denver.
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