The Seattle Seahawks' Derrick Coleman Has Been Deaf Since He Was Three. This Gave Me Chills
February 2, 2016
"But I've been deaf since I was three. So I didn't listen."
The Seattle Seahawks's Derrick Coleman has overcome many obstacles in his life. He is the first deaf player in the NFL. He learned to read the lips of coaches and has worn hearing aids since he was three years old.
Duracell used his inspiring story in this amazing ad:
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