Dwight Hollier brings expertise on NFL life and overcoming depression to Hampton Roads camp

Dwight Hollier did what he could to prepare for life after football. He began studying for a master’s degree in counseling at Nova Southeastern University, across the street from the Dolphins’ training facility. He played nine seasons as a linebacker in the NFL (1992-2000). After his long career, moving on to post-football life was difficult. Depression set in. (Daily Press)

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