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DALLAS (AP) Hall of Fame running back Tony Dorsett says he started playing football ''not knowing that the end was going to be like this'' - what he calls a frustrating battle with a condition caused by head trauma that can lead to dementia and depression.
The former Heisman Trophy winner at Pittsburgh and Super Bowl champion with the Dallas Cowboys was diagnosed in 2013 as having...
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19 days ago
Former Dallas Cowboys great Tony Dorsett said he has his bad days battling CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephelopathy) but says it is what he "signed up for" when he began playing football.
Playing the sport led to a Hall of Fame career for Dorsett, but now he says he sometimes forgets the directions to familiar places.
"Those things are frustrating when it comes to those things," Dorsett...
Former Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Dorsett was one of the greatest running backs of his era. During an 11-year span from 1977-1987, the Hall of Famer tallied 15,468 total yards and 85 touchdowns on over 3,100 touches.
Playing at a time when the National Football League didn’t focus on head injuries and trauma to the brain, Dorsett didn’t think too much about his long-term...
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Anthony Drew Dorsett Sr. grew up in the steel town of Rochester, Pennsylvania around the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1960’s and early 1970’s. Around that time period, the Steelers were not a good team at that time. It wasn’t until the 1970’s that they became the “Steel Curtain”.
After graduating from Hopewell High School in 1973, he attended Pitt University playing...