New York Giants: Jordan Dangerfield, native of New York, Excels with the Steelers

New York Giants, Oshane Ximines

NEW YORK GIANTS – They say kind people are hard to find, great people are even rarer and Pittsburgh Steelers safety, Jordan Dangerfield is one of the rarest of them all!

Originally signed by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent in 2013, Dangerfield spent time with Brooklyn Bolts of the Fall Experimental Football League.  Currently, with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Elmont, New York native is nothing short of excellent.  Dangerfield is a powerhouse when it comes to playing on special teams.  He has both the size and agility to be a mighty and robust safety.

Dangerfield has always been one to achieve his goals and is most certainly not complacent.  Thinking of his future and life after football, Dangerfield went back to Towson University and finished his degree!  He is truly a great role model for his son, showing him that you can achieve anything you put your mind to!

Dangerfield is not only a fantastic player, but also a truly wonderful son, brother, husband, father and an all-around great guy.  Although his father, Jordan Dangerfield Sr., a firefighter who passed away in 2009 from a heart attack, Dangerfield honors him through little gestures such as wearing “Rest in Peace Dad” on his game gear.  Dangerfield most certainly is making his dad and his mother Erica proud.  Dangerfield is a dedicated husband to his lovely wife Theresa and a doting father to their extremely adorable son.

There truly aren’t enough good words to describe just how nice of a guy Dangerfield is!  I can personally attest to this, as I have met him and he was the most down-to-earth, nicest, warmest guy you will ever find!  Jordan may be a Danger on the Field, but in life he is a sweetheart!