The man who was convicted of killing former NFL running back Warrick Dunn’s mother may avoid the death penalty. According to Emily Lane of The Times-Picayune, a Supreme Court ruling that was issued on Thursday could result in Kevan Brumfield being declared mentally disabled. A 2002 Supreme Court ruling declared that it is unconstitutional to...Read More
Throughout Warrick Dunn’s 12-year NFL career, the former Florida State Seminole has put up some impressive numbers: 10,967 rushing yards, 64 total touchdowns. But, perhaps no statistic is more important than the number 143, which is the amount of homes that the former running back has bout for single mothers through the Warrick Dunn Charities program. On Tuesday, Dunn surprised...
The running back was fleet of foot as expected, speed into and through lanes like he has for years, Dunn, not Sanders, was top back on this day early 1997. making opposing tacklers miss him, just as advertised. It was Detroit, and 1997, and you know who to expect to run like that on the carpet at the Pontiac Silverdome; but it wasn’t Barry Sanders, instead it was Warrick Dunn...
When I was a student at Florida State, I had the privilege of not only watching Warrick Dunn run through and over opposing defenses, but also knowing him as man and human being. There aren’t many people I would people in the class of “hero worship,” but Dunn’s feats on the field and off as a college player and then in the NFL are the stuff of legend and something I talk about...
FSU cheerleaders were joined by Bobby Bowden and Warrick Dunn to pump up fans prior to the BCS title game on Monday night.
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