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Q&A - Cort Dennison

Cort Dennison (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

With Washington's Pro Day coming up this Thursday, Dawgman.com wanted to catch up with former linebacker Cort Dennison to see what he's been up to since the Alamo Bowl. The senior linebacker has been hard at work training for Pro Day, but he's also been talking to a number of friends to get their perspective on what it's like to go from college into the ranks of being a professional athlete.

On life since the Alamo Bowl - "Right after the bowl game I came home for a couple of days, cleaned out my apartment, moved out and flew down to Las Vegas on January 4th, and I've been there ever since. I've been training with Mark Philippi of Philippi Sports Institute. He was in a world's strong man competition, really good guy. I worked with Alonzo Freeman, who is a strength and speed guy...

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