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Rennie Curran SpeakerFormer University of Georgia football star and NFL linebacker Rennie Curran will be speaking to middle school, high school, and college students at St. Mark United Methodist Church activity center in Whiteville, North Carolina on Saturday, January 24. Curran, who is a part of a special free program for the public called Jams, Jokes, Jocks, and Jesus, spoke to students about his personal experiences and how they can use their setbacks and adversity to make them stronger.

Curran, the author of a book called Free Agent– The Perspectives of a Young African American Athlete, also spoke to the students about facing those times of uncertainty, when they are so called free agents in the game of life, and using their faith and a proper attitude to survive those situations.

“Success is not a destination. It is a journey,” Curran said. “A life of fulfillment is knowing you are having a positive impact on someone. that is the message I want to get across to people.”

While playing football at the University of Georgia Curran twice led the Bulldogs in tackles and as a junior in 2008 he led the SEC in that category. Once called “the most dominate defensive player in the game” by The Sporting News, Curran was drafted by the Tennessee Titans in 3rd round of the 201 NFL Draft, but was released shortly after the start of the 2011 season. After speeding a short time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2012 he signed with the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League, recording 70 tackles and 2 sacks during gut e2013 season.

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