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Michael Kiselak
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Position: C
How Acquired: D2-2
Last Team: Dallas (NFL)
College: Maryland ’89
NFL Games/Starts: 15/7

Career: Twice selected as the top offensive lineman in the Canadian Football League, capping seven seasons in either CFL or World League that touched off his professional career …. Gained first NFL appearance at age 31 with a solid 1998 season with Dallas Cowboys at center, then missed all of 1999 with knee surgery …. Started his professional career at guard, but ability to adapt to difficult center position enhanced his reputation …. Also played a significant role in Toronto’s path to a pair of Grey Cup titles in the CFL in 1996-97 in his only two years in Ontario city. 1999: Seriously damaged his left knee in early in Dallas training camp and placed on injured reserve list, tearing or stretching three ligaments. 1998: Not only made his first NFL active roster, but then elevated to starter by the end of November with seven games left in the season and helped Cowboys to a wild-card playoff berth, which Dallas lost to Arizona …. Earned roster spot with impressive work in training camp, in large part because of his ability to play three positions. 1997: Contributed to Argonauts second straight 15-3 mark and a convincing 47-23 mugging of Saskatchewan to win the CFL crown, snapping to MVP Doug Flutie …. Selected as a member of the all-CFL squad for third straight year and voted the top lineman in the league for the second consecutive season. 1996: Assisted with the best record of the CFL season (15-3) by two victories and combined again with Flutie to sweep the league’s post-season honors, also snapping for all-league kicker Mike Vanderjagt en route to a 43-37 triumph over Edmonton …. Had been traded to Toronto in April after only a few months as property of Saskatchewan, who gained his rights in dispersal draft from San Antonio. 1995: Began his streak of all-CFL awards in only season in San Antonio, starting all 18 games to earn team’s nomination for the outstanding lineman selection. 1994: Finished a two-year stint in Sacramento of CFL, finishing the only lineman to start every game. 1993: Joined the CFL for the first time, coinciding with his first career action at center with Gold Miners, opening 17 games during season. 1991-92: After not being retained by Kansas City (1990) and Giants (1991) in NFL training camps, played a two-year term with another San Antonio team, this one in the World League …. Signed with Houston after 1992 season, but failed to make final roster.

College: Shifted to offense in junior season after playing in the defensive line at Maryland, starting last seven games of that year and all 11 contests in senior campaign … Picked as ACC lineman of the week for dominating performance when Terps rushed for 257 yards against Wake Forest …. As a top reserve nose guard as sophomore, finished with 16 tackles and one quarterback sack.

Personal: Born March 9, 1967 in Tarrytown, N.Y. …. Attended Pine Bush HS in Tarrytown …. Majored in recreation …. Owns a real estate investment company in Irving, Tex. …. Married (Kimberly) and daughter Micayla (2-6-00) …. Currently resides in Irving, Tex.

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