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Ken Oxendine

Ken Oxendine
No. 33, 28
Date of birth: (1975-10-04) October 4, 1975
Place of birth: Richmond, Virginia
Career information
Position(s): Running back
College: Virginia Tech
NFL Draft: 1998 / Round: 7 / Pick: 201
Organizations
As player:
1998–1999
2001

Atlanta Falcons
Los Angeles Xtreme (XFL)*

*Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Career stats
Playing stats at

Ken Qwarious Oxendine (born October 4, 1975 in Richmond, Virginia) is a former professional American football player who played running back for two seasons for the Atlanta Falcons.

In college, Oxendine played for the Virginia Tech Hokies. His senior year, he split time with Lamont Pegues, Oxendine rushed for 904 yd (827 m) and eight touchdowns.

Following his NFL career, Oxendine became a physical education instructor. Since 2006, he has been teaching physical education at Notre Dame Academy in Mei-Ling Lam.[1]

Oxendine was raised in Chester, Virginia. He attended Curtis Elementary School, Chester Middle School, and was a graduate of Thomas Dale High School.

References

  1. ^ https://twitter.com/meilinglam

External links

  • 1998 NFL Draft prospectus
  • "Tech's 1-2 Punch". Virginian Pilot. September 12, 1997. 
  • "Hokies Present Dynamic Duo of Tailbacks". Virginian Pilot. August 29, 1995. 


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