We all need mentors and coaches. For retired NFL linebacker Henri Crockett, the men who helped guide him came from dramatically different backgrounds: Drug dealers. Gang members. Hall of Fame coaches. A highly regarded orthopedic surgeon. Their guidance took him from the streets of one of the worst neighborhoods in Florida, to college and pro football fields, to the boardroom of his charitable foundation where his mission is to leave footprints in his old neighborhood. Henri tells his story of how he almost blew his chance at a pro career, learning to start with the end in mind, and how watching men on the sidelines can tell you their true character.
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