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In the video below, “Only Two things You Can Do,” the Patriots receiver defies the critics who once questioned his ability to be a difference-maker in the NFL. He reads the 2009 post-draft report that labeled him “too small” and “a gimmick prospect,” all while showing how hard work and determination got him to where he is today.

Never forget that It’s not the size of the man in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the man.

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East View High School’s (Georgetown, Texas) Apollos Hester has the type of attitude that every coach should want in a player.

He’s all about attitude and it’s contagious.  Nothing can get him down. Even if a half-time situation looks bleak—as it may have when his team was down 28-14  versus Vandegrift on Friday—Hester knows that there is always time for things to get better. East View came back to win 42-41.

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It’s a short film about balance and contentment. About loving something and having to let it go. What Kind of Man, follows Nate Brinkley, a career football player that gets the life knocked into him.

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You might not think a cancer patient and a college ball player would be a likely pair, but Adreian Payne and 8 year old Lacey Holsworth will prove you wrong. This loving friendship is a testimony to the strong connections we can build with others if we take the time.

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The commercial below is from Duracell and stars Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman, who is the first deaf offensive player to ever play in the NFL.

After not being drafted in 2012 despite a stellar career at UCLA, Coleman made the Seahawks this season. In his first game with the team, he had 3 catches for 30 yards, and he also caught a touchdown pass against the Saints in the Monday Night Football game on December 2nd.

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