Outlaws Sign Two New QuarterbacksApril 10, 2013 - Champions Professional Indoor Football League (CPIFL) Mid-Missouri Outlaws
The team signed Damien Dunning and Kyle Christian. Dunning went to the University of Arkansas Pine Bluffs where he majored in physical education. Christian went to Malone University in Canton Ohio, where he majored in Business Management.
At the University of Arkansas Pine Bluffs, Dunning played football for two years then transferred to play for the Evansville Rage. Dunning has had previous NFL experience. He was an alternate for the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders. Christian played one year for Malone University then transferred to Wyoming Calvary where he played in the Indoor Football League.
"I am excited to join the team; they have alot of potential. I feel like I can be successful in running the team's offense," said Christian.
"Being vocally involved and showing support for the team is a way to provide inspiration to the team," said Dunning.
The Mid-Missouri Outlaws are a professional indoor football team based out of Sedalia, Missouri. They are members of the Champions Professional Indoor Football League that plays eight-man arena football. The Outlaws are Three-Time Central Plains Football League (CPFL) Champions. They bring together the experience and passion to build a championship team with local talent while promoting organized competitive football programs for youth.
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