Daniel Sorensen Wears BYU Shirt In Video Encouraging Chiefs Fans To Stay Home, Stay Strong
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Former BYU and current Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Daniel Sorensen sported a BYU shirt in a video telling fans to stay home and stay strong during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sorensen wore a royal blue shirt with a white “stretch Y” BYU logo on it in the video released on the Chiefs’ official Twitter account on Thursday, March 26.
“Hey Chiefs fans, it’s Dirty Dan Sorensen. Checking in with you guys from my basement. I just finished a workout. I wanted to let you know that my family and I are doing well. This is a difficult time for a lot of us. We are thinking of you, praying for you guy, but I am excited for football season and we’ll see you guys soon,” said the Super Bowl champ. “In the meantime, I hope you’re finding ways to exercise, to work up a sweat. Pushups. Situps. Bench pressing your kids. Whatever it takes. Exercise releases endorphins and we need all those positive vibes right now. However you can do it. Just get it done. Stay safe. See you soon.”
The former BYU DB recently completed his sixth NFL season. Sorensen and the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV. In 2019, Sorensen recorded 79 total tackles, 58 solo tackles, 5 pass breakups, 2 interceptions, and a forced fumble.
The DB has posted career totals of 310 total tackles, 235 solo tackles, 3.5 sacks, 22 pass breakups, 9 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles, 4 fumble recoveries, and 2 touchdowns.
He’s appeared in 87 games with Kansas City since joined the organization in 2014 as an undrafted free agent out of BYU.
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