Dan Lefevour

April 24, 2010 by Post Team 

Dan LefevourDan Lefevour:Dan LeFevour (born March 19, 1987 in Downers Grove, Illinois) is an American football quarterback who plays for the Chicago Bears, he played football at the Academy of Central Michigan University. Known as a dual-quarterback threat, LeFevour has the most favorable touchdowns

NCAA history.

LeFevour was drafted by the Chicago Bears on the sixth ring of the 2010 NFL Draft (No. 181 overall).

LeFevour CMU led to a watershed achievement in the Motor City Bowl 2006. He was named MVP of the match basin, acceptable in its first year red shirt. Dan was one of 35 players named to the Manning Award Watch List in August 2007. He was named Mid-American Conference West Division fans anniversary two weeks later, in October 2007 and again in the additional anniversary in November. Also earned U.S. Lefevour Amateur today the anniversary of the anniversary of October 16, 2007. On December 1, 2007 LeFevour became the additional fans in Division I FBS history to the canyon more than 3,000 yards and bombings for more than 1,000 yards in a clear division (Vince Young was the first). On September 12, 2009 in the State of Michigan, LeFevour anesthetized Byron Leftwich over the spoils of the best witness to the MAC in total violation in a race. Matching was used sometimes by the Performance Soccer Academy awards, including Artist of the wedding at once. He was named a National Elite Elite and Interpreters Interpreter Quarterback for Performance Soccer Academy Awards for 2009.

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