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Ron Dickerson
Running Backs Coach

Former Kansas City Chiefs and NFL Europe running back Ron Dickerson joins the Outlaws staff after two years as the running backs coach at Alabama State University, where he coached under his father, former Temple Head Coach Ron Dickerson.

Dickersons college career spanned four years at the University of Arkansas from 1989-92, where he led the Southeastern Conference in yards per catch his senior year and garnered Second Team All-SEC honors, behind Andre Hastings and Garrison Hearst.

The Kansas City Chiefs signed Dickerson as a free agent in 1993, and he played three seasons for Head Coach Marty Schottenheimer as a third-down back and kickoff return specialist, learning from NFL Hall of Famers Joe Montana and Marcus Allen. He was selected to the 1995 NFL Pro Bowl in Hawaii, but could not return kicks due to a knee injury.

In 1996, the Philadelphia Eagles signed Dickerson and allocated him to the Scottish Claymores of NFL Europe, where he played under Outlaws Head Coach Jim Criner and Offensive Coordinator Vince Alcalde, helping the team to the World Bowl 96 title. The following season, Dickerson completed his playing career for the London Monarchs.

Born August 13, 1971, Ron began his coaching career at Temple under his father before moving on to Alabama State in 1998 and 1999, serving as running backs coach and running game coordinator. Ron and his wife, Kendreah, have one daughter, Kristen (6) and they reside in Las Vegas.


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