Daniel Sorensen (born March 5, 1990) is a Kansas City Chiefs safety who currently plays for the team. He enrolled at Brigham Young University for college football.

When Sorensen went undrafted in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs brought him along with a two-year, $930,000 contract on May 11, 2014. Following his undrafted status, Sorensen had calls and offers from a slew of organizations, but he ultimately chose the Chiefs because head coach Andy Reid personally called him to express his interest.

Sanders Commings, Jermaine McMillian, and Malcolm Bronson all competed for a backup safety spot on the squad, and he came out on top. After Commings’ foot injury deteriorated and he missed the majority of training camp, he finally got his chance.

Following Eric Berry’s heel injury, he played in three preseason games at strong safety for the Philadelphia Eagles. When the Green Bay Packers defeated the Minnesota Vikings 34–14 in a preseason game on August 28, 2014, Sorensen recorded five combined tackles and one pass deflection.

In four preseason games, he recorded a pass deflection and nine tackles (seven of which were solo). To begin the season, Andy Reid assigned Sorensen to the strong safety position as a backup to Eric Berry.

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