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With teammates Jermaine Kearse and Derrick Coleman in attendance to cheer Ryan on, the “Ginja Ninja” dominated the first two obstacles of the stage 1 course, but the tilting table got the best of him. Ryan’s run …
New England Sports Network · 5/27/2015
Jon Ryan
Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman is a talented, young player who provides a new hope. This new hope is not exclusive to the contingent of Seattle faithful who rally behind their beloved Seahawks. Derrick Coleman is an inspiration to anyone that ...
Guardian LV · 2/3/2014
Derrick Coleman has never been a quitter. The third deaf player in NFL history reminds us of that every time he touches the football. With each carry, moments after Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson mouths the audible to him, Coleman transfers ...
FanSided · 1/28/2014
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Thanks to a good Samaritan with a connection to a teammate, Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman is getting his Super Bowl ring back. Via KIRO in Seattle, agent David Mulugheta of AthletesFirst, tweeted a photo of the ring and said he was driving around in ...
NBC Sports PFT · 1/9/2015
Gave my mom my college degree she thought it was a family portrait #priceless#Orangenation pic.twitter.com/OjtFAcjV63 — Derrick Coleman (@44TheLegend) May 10, 2015 Some people gave their moms potted plants. Former NBA player …
SBN · 5/15/2015
Syracuse, N.Y. — Twenty-five years later, Derrick Coleman is keeping a promise he made to his mother. In 1990, Coleman had just finished his senior year at Syracuse University. He was the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft and on the verge of signing a five ...
Syracuse Post-Standard · ByMike Waters · 5/8/2015
Derrick Coleman has been deaf since the age of three, but that didn’t stop him from achieving his dream of playing NFL football. On Sunday, February 2, Coleman and his team, the Seattle Seahawks will play in the Super Bowl. Coleman’s story is …
The Inquisitr · 1/28/2014
Seattle Seahawks Derrick Coleman may be sidelined because of injury this Super Bowl Sunday, but the first deaf offensive player in the NFL is still a champ on and off the field. Seattle Seahawks Derrick Coleman may be sidelined because of injury this …
Bio True Story · 1/29/2015
They marvel…and these are not men who marvel easily. "Everyone is impressed by him," said Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson. "Not just as a player but as a person." "I don't know if I could overcome what he's overcome," said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll.
Bleacher Report · 1/23/2014
Tuesday's health and safety news from the world of football: * Mashable and NFL.com wrote about Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman and his inspiring advertisement for Duracell. Coleman is the NFL's only deaf player. Coleman is essentially deaf.
NFL · 1/14/2014