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Football: Dorsey is NFL destination

Los Angeles Dorsey continues to make the City Section proud with its grads climbing the NFL ladder as coaches and players. Hue Jackson, a Dorsey grad, is the new coach for the Oakland Raiders. Kirby Wilson, another Dorsey grad, coaches running backs for the Pittsburgh Steelers. And Dorsey assistant Ralph Caldwell said when Rahim Moore is drafted this year, he'll be the ninth defensive player he has coached to reach the NFL.

--Eric Sondheimer

 
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The Hulk

As if Private School Tuition doesn't cover athletic expense's? If this was the case, Private schools wouldn't be hiding in the bushes to recruit inner city Talent... Hue, Kirby, and many others are the Product of a System that Propelled them to where they are... No need for Ridicule, they give back in more ways than you would understand.

Jus sayin

Thr first statement is true with the exception of the Turf. For all the NFL players from Dorsey, the parents still have to buy the team's lunch on Fridays before the game. The players still have to pay for their spirit packs and uniforms. Something is wrong with that picture. Doesnt make any sense.

bigCstyle

DORSEY DOES HAVE A NEW TURF FIELD CENTS 09.....

MISSION

Who cares, When they do something for there community,Like a new turf for there football field then you can write something about them.


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