Dimitrius Paul Underwood was born on March 29,1977 and is a former professional American football defensive tackle in the National Football League for the Miami Dolphins, and Dallas Cowboys.
20 Facts About Dimitrius Underwood
Dimitrius Underwood practiced wrestling, finishing second in his weight class at the 1993 state meet.
Dimitrius Underwood accepted a football scholarship from Michigan State University, to play under head coach Nick Saban.
Dimitrius Underwood was a reserve player as a true freshman, appearing in 11 games and making 9 tackles.
Dimitrius Underwood became a starter at left defensive end as a sophomore, tallying 37 tackles and 5 sacks.
Dimitrius Underwood had 9 tackles, 2 sacks and one pass defensed against Indiana University.
Dimitrius Underwood finished the season with 7 tackles, one sack and 2 forced fumbles in the Aloha Bowl against the University of Washington.
Dimitrius Underwood missed his senior season because of a sprained right ankle injury, although it has been speculated that it was not the real reason.
Dimitrius Underwood was selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft, after his stock rose with his pre-draft workouts.
Dimitrius Underwood was signed for $395,000, played in only one preseason game before injuring his shoulder and showing a lack of focus on football.
Multiple times during team meetings, Dimitrius Underwood was found not taking notes, but instead writing about the apocalypse.
Dimitrius Underwood only played in the last preseason game against the Green Bay Packers, suffering a dislocated left shoulder.
Dimitrius Underwood cut his throat and ran down a street in Lansing, Michigan.
Dimitrius Underwood later spent two months in protective care and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
Dimitrius Underwood was moved from defensive end to defensive tackle and was a backup player.
Dimitrius Underwood collected 23 tackles, 4 sacks and 14 quarterback pressures.
Dimitrius Underwood spent his time in a closed custody cell.
In February 2003, Dimitrius Underwood was transferred from Lew Sterrett Justice Center to the North Texas State Hospital in Vernon.
In 2007, Dimitrius Underwood entered the Philadelphia Industrial Correctional Center, and left in February 2011.
Dimitrius Underwood used to write notes discussing the end of the world on pieces of paper the size of postage stamps.