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Detroit Lions


University of Minnesota


San Diego Chargers


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www.gridirongreats.org

We also will be giving an award in honor of Tim Pendell, retired Director of Community Affairs for the Detroit Lions, to Ken Dallafior and Dan Jaroshewich.
Ken Dallafior played for the University of Minnesota, Detroit Lions, and San Diego Chargers. Ken won the NFL Ed Block Courage Award.


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The story begins with former Detroit Lions' guard Ken Dallafior, who was chosen as the Lion's Ed Block Courage Award recipient in 1992.This award honors one player from each of the 31 National Football league teams who, in the eyes of his teammates, best exemplifies and displays courage.The foundation was established to raise funds for abused children through the Baltimore Colts and was named in honor of the late Ed block, head trainer for the Baltimore Colts for 23 years. 1992 - Ken Dallafior


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