THIS IS EPISODE 436 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
Cory Procter is a former NFL offensive lineman who played for the Lions, Cowboys and Dolphins. He was undrafted coming into the NFL in 2005 and signed with Detroit, before the Cowboys signed him off of the Lions’ practice squad later that year. He stayed with Dallas until 2009, and then spent his final NFL season with Miami in 2010.
In college, Procter won a Division I-AA championship in 2001 with Montana, and was a Division I-AA All-American in 2004.
He is now a prominent speaker and owns his own wealth management business, Pro Capital.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Procter about playing for the Dallas Cowboys, blocking for Tony Romo, being raised Mormon in the LDS church, and the crisis of faith after a family tragedy that led him to come to faith in Jesus Christ.
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I used to strike out in tee ball. You had 7 swings to hit a stationary object and I couldn’t do it. Good thing I took a shot and failed otherwise I might’ve not found out I could hit a moving person on the football field. Risk is only bad when you do it for nothing. #risk #monday
– Chad Hennings, Dallas Cowboys 3-time Super Bowl Champion
– Mark Schlereth, 3-time Super Bowl Champion
– Jesse Holley, Former Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
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