Fox starred with Glen Oak High School and was a first-team AP all-Ohio selection before attending Ohio State and grabbing a National Championship with the Buckeyes in 2002.
Fox also earned a B.A. in Communications but decided to pursue a career on the field and was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the 3rd round (80th overall pick) of the 2005 NFL Draft. His career with the Vikings was cut short by the Vikings when he fractured his arm in training camp (ask him to show his scar) but was able to play for the Eagles and Bills through 2008. Fox played against the Browns in one of the snowiest days in Browns history when Cleveland beat Buffalo in a blizzard in 2007.
You can also see the former Buckeye cornerback on NewsChannel 5 with Andy Baskin during the college football season, on Twitter @Dustinfox37 or hanging with his wife and daughter.
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Andy Baskin is in with Dustin Fox today to talk about the changes to the Cavs organization.
In today’s #LETMETALK Dustin Fox and Anthony Lima are talking Chris Mortensen and his prediction that the Browns will take Johnny Manziel at No. 4.
Overnight news came out that the Oklahoma City paper put up the headline on their profile of local superstar Kevin Durant as “Mr. Unreliable.”
#LETMETALK – Mock Drafts Keep Picking Manziel For The Browns – Do They Have Inside Information? [VIDEO]
Dustin & Lima are sensing a trend – with NFL analysts all choosing Manziel to the Browns in their mock drafts, does it mean they know something we don’t?
In today’s #LETMETALK Dustin Fox and Anthony Lima are discussing the news that George Karl is rumored to be interested in becoming the new Cavs President of Basketball Operations.
The 2014 NFL schedule gets announced tonight – do we care? Dustin & Lima weigh in.
You might be surprised to learn which teams are the most popular in Ohio according to our Google search history.
In today’s #LETMETALK with Dustin & Lima it’s all about Johnny Football and what this private workout with the Browns means for the team.
WARNING: Dustin Fox may sing during this edition of #LETMETALK.