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Las Vegas Raiders tight end Darren Waller might be one of the best players in the NFL, but his path to stardom was anything but simple. Waller abused substances starting at age 15, and hit rock bottom when he overdosed as a member of the Baltimore Ravens. Waller checked into rehab and had a “spiritual awakening” which led him to become the man and player he is today.

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