Sorgi currently resides in Pittsboro, Indiana with his wife Lana and sons, Jimmy III and Jackson. Jim Sorgi loves showing love to his wife Lana, and his kids Jimmy III and Jackson: “I wake up every day showing my wife how much I love her, and the kids how much I love them,” said Sorgi. He played college football at the University of Wisconsin and was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the sixth round of the 2004 NFL Draft. Baseball is a game of finesse,” Sorgi says. They asked me if I wanted to do it. “It wasn’t till I started going to Fraser High School where they needed a quarterback,” he said. Sorgi appreciates seeing teammates bond as it inevitably steps up their performance. “It’s the bus rides, the plane rides, the locker room, smoking cigars after a big win, going to the Kentucky Derby after we won the Super Bowl [XLI against the Chicago Bears],” Sorgi says. Mount Clemens - Clinton - Harrison Journal, Fraser High girls hoops season concludes with playoff loss, Fraser High gymnastics thinking state finals, Basketball program started at Fraser charter school, Clintondale boys basketball working hard to get better, Chippewa Valley boys basketball young and talented, Grosse Pointe City to be featured in upcoming Steven Soderbergh film, Royal Oak, Clawson officials advise caution Halloween night, Candidates share vision for Oakland Community College, Over 40 years later, Troy police still seek answers to homicide case, Police investigate after Warren councilman allegedly handcuffed Trump rally protester, Ike volleyball steamrolling through league season, Local teams and individuals battle at girls golf state finals, Eastpointe High wins MAC Gold, prepares for playoffs, Rochester High downs Ferndale High to remain undefeated, New screen to bring fun to St. Clair Shores for years to come, Voters to choose candidates, decide state and local proposals, Meet the candidates in West Bloomfield, Orchard Lake, Keego Harbor, Sylvan Lake, Diamond Hoppers’ Gray captures USPBL’s first triple crown, Athens boys soccer working toward another state title. “It’s a blast.”. Now the tables have turned as he’s raising three boys—Jimmy (12), Jackson (10) and Jace (4) — with his wife, Lana. He spent much of his childhood hitting, kicking and throwing, and it served him well. Would you like Wikipedia to always look as professional and up-to-date? For instance, players can no longer use the crown of their helmet to make a tackle on any part of the body, nor can they drive a player into the ground or hit a defenseless player without reason. “This seemed like a good place to live,” Sorgi says. “I loved the kind of chess match — the game within the game, so to speak,” says Sorgi, who played for the University of Wisconsin.