Dan Flores Signs Professional Contract With New Jersey Gladiators

Former Seawolves' tight end Dan Flores signed on with the Arena Football League's New Jersey Gladiators
 
Former Seawolves' tight end Dan Flores signed on with the Arena Football League's New Jersey Gladiators
 
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March 9, 2001

Stony Brook, N.J. - Former Seawolf Dan Flores has signed a professional football contract with the New Jersey Gladiators of the Arena Football League. The Gladiators are the second professional indoor team that Flores has played for, he was a member of the Flint Flames of the Indoor Football League last spring.

Flores played four seasons at Stony Brook from 1995-99, sitting out one season with a leg injury. The 6-4, 260-pound tight end caught 51 passes for 411 yards and two touchdowns during his four-year stint at SB. The Gladiators plan to use Flores as a fullback and a linebacker.

"I am real happy for Danny," head coach Sam Kornhauser said. "He has always wanted to play in the NFL and this gets him a little closer to his dream."