Wednesday, February 4, 2015


Versatile offensive lineman Ken Dallafior won All-Big Ten honors as a senior for the Gophers in 1981 and was drafted by the Steelers in 1982.  He played in the USFL before catching on with the San Diego Chargers for four seasons.  He joined his hometown Detroit Lions in 1989 - the same season they drafting a running back named Barry Sanders.  For the final four years of Dallafior's NFL career, he was a fixture at right guard, blocking for perhaps the greatest running back of all-time.

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