|Date of birth:||June 14, 1967|
|Place of birth:||Neptune, New Jersey|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight:||184 lb (83 kg)|
|High school:||Mulberry (FL)|
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Dedrick Allen Dodge (born June 14, 1967), is a former American football safety. He played college football at Florida State University and then in eight seasons in the National Football League from 1991-1998. He played in Super Bowl XXIX for the San Francisco 49ers and in Super Bowl XXXII for the Denver Broncos. He also played for the London Monarchs in the inaugural season of the World League of American Football; London won the first World Bowl that year, meaning that Dodge has three pro football championship rings.
Dodge spent two seasons as the head football coach at Mulberry Senior High School. According to The Ledger of Lakeland, Dodge previously coached a year at Evangel Christian in Lakeland, Fla., leading the team to an 11-3 record and a state title in 2005. He then coached a year at Victory Christian after Evangel folded and led the Storm to a 10-4 record with some of Evangel’s former players.
Victory finished state runner-up in 2005, losing to Tallahassee FAMU in the 1B state title game.
- Dedrick Dodge, The Pro Football Archives. Accessed February 5, 2016. "High School: East Brunswick (NJ); Mulberry (FL)"
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