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Interview With Retired NFL Player Dominique Curry

Dominique played 4 years of professional football, with 3 of them coming in the NFL. He played with the Rams, Lions and Panthers. He was a 3-sport star, playing basketball and track, in addition to football. His father played professionally overseas and was actually his basketball coach in College. He had a few schools interested in him coming out of high school, however they wanted him to play a position other than wide receiver. When it was time to chose, he decided to go to Cheyney University. He performed well there, however a conflict with the new coaching staff that arrived, caused him to decide to transfer. His time at California University of Pennsylvania was not the best due to injuries and courses availability. Resigned to starting life after football, he got a call from the Rams which led to him making the team. From there, he made stops in Detroit and Carolina, before spending time in the Arena League with San Jose. Now, he’s teaching 8th Grade writing and coaching receivers for Nationally ranked St. Joe’s high school team. For more on Dominique, follow the links below.



About the author, Lyle

1st round pick of the BC Lions in the 2001 draft, 3rd overall. 10 year CFL player, retiring in 2011. 2 Grey Cup appearances, winning in 2006.

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