Warrick Dunn


Former Falcons RB Warrick Dunn to announce team’s second round draft pick

Dunn received the honor of being inducted into the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame earlier this offseason. After winning Rookie of the Year in 1997 and six seasons with the Buccaneers, Dunn played for Atlanta for the next six, totaling 7,616 scrimmage yards and 36 scores for the Falcons. After...

Warrick Dunn returns to Baton Rouge Community to help one family

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Warrick Dunn Charities and Habitat for Humanities of Greater Baton Rouge help one family get their dream home. On Tuesday, April 12, single mom Beloti Mbuyi and her two daughters finally saw their dreams come true—a fully furnished home for just the three of them. After years of searching for a secure home for her family, Mbuyi got the home she needed through the help of Baton Rouge native and NFL legend Warrick Dunn.

WARRICK DUNN FINALIST: Charles Robertson - Zachary WR

ZACHARY, La. (WAFB) - Two state champion wide receivers are up for Sportsline Player of the Year, including Charles Robertson from the Zachary Broncos. No. 82 had some significant numbers - 63 catches for more than 1,100 yards and 13 touchdowns his senior year. The UL-Lafayette signee had a hand...

NFL fan gets his card back from Warrick Dunn 21 years later

Feb. 9 (UPI) -- A New Jersey man who mailed NFL running back Warrick Dunn a trading card to sign finally received a response from the now-former player 21 years later. Eric Emanuele said in a video posted to Twitter that he collected NFL trading cards when he was a child, and he would frequently mail cards to players with a request that the card be returned with an autograph.

21 years later, running back Warrick Dunn responds to autograph request

Good morning. I'm A Martinez. Eric Emanuele is a huge football fan, and growing up, he'd mail trading cards to NFL players, hoping they'd send them back with an autograph. Running back Warrick Dunn responded to the request 21 years later. This week, Emanuele got an envelope in the mail. Inside was a signed 2001 card, along with a note from Dunn - my apologies if this response has not reached you in a timely manner. All that matters, Warrick, is that you got the job done. Whew. It's still MORNING EDITION.