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Storm QB Dixon Signing With AFL

November 12, 2012, 2:21 PM

Storm QB Dixon Signing With AFL

He led the Sioux Falls Storm to two straight Indoor Football League titles and now quarterback Chris Dixon is moving on. Dixon told KELOLAND Sports this afternoon he will be signing with the Orlando Predators of the Arena Football League. He later posted this statement on his Facebook account:

"Today is a great day for my family and I. I want to thank the Sioux Falls Storm and the city of Sioux Falls for all that you have done for me. I want to thank Todd and Coach Riggs for not only being great owner and coach but mentors as well. I am proud to announce that I will be signing with the Orlando Predators of the Arena football league. I am so happy for the opportunity Coach Plank and the Predators are giving me."

Dixon is 3-time league MVP and a 5-time IFL champion.

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