Kavon played college football for the Central Michigan University Chippewas and was a three-year starter before declaring for the NFL Draft following his 2015-2016 senior season.
Frazier was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. As a rookie, he played mainly on special teams and tallied 2 defensive tackles and 4 special teams tackles. In 2017, he tied for the team lead with 10 special teams tackles and began to be used more on the defense.
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If you've watched or played a football game, it won't surprise you that this sport poses a greater risk of injury than any other popular sport. Players spend their time running, sprinting, tackling, and pivoting. There's a lot of room for injury, no matter the position. It's important for all athletes to warm up and practice good pre-workout routines to help avoid injury, especially football players. NFL athletes have found that an electric muscle stimulator can be a great tool in this process, and our PlayMakar Athlete Kavon Frazier is putting the theory to the test.