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  2. Richard Dent - Wikipedia

    Richard Lamar Dent (born December 13, 1960) is an American former professional football player who was a defensive end in the National Football League (NFL), primarily for the Chicago Bears. He was the MVP of Super Bowl XX. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011.

  3. Richard Dent Stats, Height, Weight, Position, Draft, College ...

    Richard Dent. Richard Lamar Dent (The Colonel or Sackman) Position: DE 6-5, 265lb (196cm, 120kg) Born: December 13, 1960 in Atlanta, GA. College: Tennessee St. Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 98 (161st overall since 1960) High School: J.C. Murphy Draft: Chicago Bears in the 8th round (203rd overall) of the 1983 NFL Draft.

  4. The Life And Career Of Richard Dent (Story)

    Richard Dent – Tennessee State University — Brandon Peacy (@PsyOops1) November 20, 2022. Dent ended his collegiate career with 39.5 total sacks (which currently ranks third in team history), 158 total tackles, and six fumble recoveries. He was named Defensive Player of the Year by the Sheridan Broadcasting Network.

  5. Bears great Richard Dent says racism is behind his legal ...

    Richard Dent — a member of the 1985 Chicago Bears — is accusing an energy company of racism in the way he was pushed out of some big energy contracts. msn back to msn home money Skip To Navigation

  6. Richard Dent Career Stats |

    Career Stats for DE Richard Dent The official source for NFL news, video highlights, fantasy football, game-day coverage, schedules, stats, scores and more. Skip to main content

  7. Richard Dent was born on the 13th of December, 1960. He is famous for being a Football Player. He was briefly teammates with Steve Young on the San Francisco 49ers in 1994. Richard Dent’s age is 62. Former NFL defensive end who earned a Hall of Fame induction with 137.5 career sacks.

  8. Ranking the 100 best Bears players ever: No. 14, Richard Dent

    Hall of Famer Richard Dent is the Bears' all-time leader in sacks with 124.5 and had a celebrated postseason performance in 1985 when the Bears were 15-1 and Super Bowl XX champions.