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Work ethic fuels Dee Ford's drive toward the NFL

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Dee Ford thought he'd gone too far. A promising athletic career might have ended before it really even started.A sophomore at St. Clair County High School, Ford was in the gymnasium when he saw another student trying to fight his brother. He raced to help, but head basketball coach Bernard Bozeman, an imposing and intimidating figure, stepped in to stop him.

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