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Former Dallas Cowboys Offensive Lineman Char-ron Dorsey Dies at 46: A Legacy Remembered

Former NFL offensive lineman Char-ron Dorsey, who previously played for the Dallas Cowboys, has passed away at the age of 46. Reports indicate that Dorsey succumbed to complications arising from a stroke on Monday.

Michael Holloway, the head football and track coach at Terry Parker High School in Jacksonville, Florida, confirmed Dorsey’s death. Holloway, who collaborated with Dorsey as a coach for nearly two decades, highlighted Dorsey’s profound impact on aspiring athletes, emphasizing his belief in hard work as the key to success.

Dorsey, a native of Jacksonville and graduate of The Bolles School, gained prominence playing collegiate football at Florida State under renowned coach Bobby Bowden. He notably contributed to the Seminoles’ triumph in the 1999 BCS National Championship, followed by earning First Team All-ACC honors in the subsequent season.

After an impressive college career, Dorsey was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the seventh round of the 2001 NFL Draft. He played nine games in his rookie season, starting twice, before being released by the Cowboys in September 2002. Shortly thereafter, Dorsey joined the Houston Texans during their inaugural NFL season, appearing in two games, with one start, in 2002.

Dorsey’s passing marks the second recent loss of a former Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman, following the death of Tony Hutson in February at the age of 49. No specific cause of death was provided for Hutson at that time.

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