American football defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. plays for the National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys. His birthday is June 10, 1997.
He participated in collegiate football in Kansas. Armstrong played defensive end at North Shore Senior High School in Cloverleaf, Texas. He received second-team All-District honors in his junior year. He was named to the first team of the district as a senior.
The University of Kansas offered him a football scholarship, which he accepted. He participated in all 12 of the games as a freshman and started the final 5 defensive end games.
The Dallas Cowboys selected Armstrong in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft (116th overall). On October 14, 2018, Armstrong started a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
On November 5, during a game against the Tennessee Titans, he shared his first career sack with Caraun Reid.
He played in fifteen of the Cowboys’ sixteen games as a rookie, entering the league at age 21. He finished the season with 13 tackles, eight of which were solo, and a half of a sack (one start).
How Good Is Dorance Armstrong?
In Sunday’s triumph over the Los Angeles Rams, Armstrong contributed to Dallas’ most stunning win of 2022 with a strip sack and a blocked punt.
With four total sacks, he is second on the team, and after only five games, he has also blocked a punt and a field goal.
What Happened To Dorance Armstrong?
Armstrong and the Cowboys agreed to a two-year contract extension on March 17, 2022.