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Dwight Freeney: Looking Back At An All-Pro Career

Dwight Freeney: Looking Back At An All-Pro Career

Connecticut’s Dwight Freeney, seven times a Pro Bowler, announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday. Here’s a look back at the storied career of the defensive end who revolutionized the “spin move.”

1998: Graduated from Bloomfield High where he lettered in four sports. At the time he graduated, he held Bloomfield's record for sacks (37). He was a Courant All-State selection and his number 44 was retired.

1998-1999: Played in 10 games as a freshman for Paul Pasqualoni at Syracuse. He made his first college start on Sept. 19, 1998, against Rutgers, forcing a fumble and making a tackle for a loss.

1999-2000: Played in...

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