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To most, making it to the NFL is considered the pinnacle of success, the ultimate career goal, just about everybody’s dream. But for Arthur Moats, it’s one step on his journey.
It’s Playoff season and NFL players are competing on and off the field of play.
After a milestone season of career firsts, national headlines, and a trip to the playoffs, Cincinnati Bengals’ backup linebacker Vinny Rey maintains a modest goal: to be the same person wherever he is.
A few decades is all that separates millions of American students from NFL legend Franco Harris, who 45 years ago saw no future beyond a high school degree and a career in a factory. With worn textbooks, shabby supplies and unkempt classrooms, motivation to finish high school was questionable and college was so removed from reality it wasn’t even brought up.