It wasn't feeling good and I'm going to need some time to get that thing healthy so I can contribute to this teamDillon won't play against Bills Sep 30, 2003
We went out there and the offensive line got some pushIndianapolis 28, Cincinnati 21 Oct 06, 2002
The running game was wise and we did a great jobCleveland 20, Cincinnati 7 Sep 15, 2002
The ball was in my hands and I came up shortTampa Bay 16, Cincinnati 13 (OT) Dec 02, 2001
We had the opportunity to come out and get some yards and we took advantage with a long runCincinnati 31, Detroit 27 Oct 28, 2001
Corey Dillon (born October 24, 1974 in Seattle, Washington) is a former American football running back. He is retired from his football career, having played for the Cincinnati Bengals and the New England Patriots. Dillon attended the University of Washington and wore the number 28.
Dillon attended Franklin High School and Federal Way High School in Federal Way, Washington. He was a two-sport standout starring in football and baseball. In football, he was an All-State selection and the All-Metro Player of the Year. He was also an excellent baseball outfielder, and garnered All-Metro honors, and was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 1993 Major League Baseball draft.
Dillon played JC ball at Dixie State College of Utah in St. George, Utah, in 1995, and was chosen JC Offensive Back of the Year by College Sports magazine after rushing 279 times for 1899 yards and 20 TDs. In 1994, he rushed for 1165 yards and 16 TDs at Garden City Community College in Kansas.