Meet the brave 7-year-old who inspires the Saints, NFL

NFL Network's Jane Slater shows us how one individual wears a helmet to protect himself in case of a seizure and how he and his brother have turned gifts from other teams into money to support their charity.

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NFL 360: My Cause, My Cleats with Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Allen Hurns

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver and South Florida native Allen Hurns channels his emotions into positive action as he returns home to his community in Parkland, Florida.

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NFL 360 with Jane Slater, Allen Hurns and Mark Kriegel

"NFL 360" is the NFL Network's Emmy-nominated original series that takes a deeper look at some of football's most compelling stories. On this episode, Melissa Stark brings us some unforgettable people- who are persevering through unimaginable odds.

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NFL 360 with Patrick Mahomes, Drew Brees and Kirk Cousins

"NFL 360" focuses on the most scrutinized, glamorized position in all of sports - the quarterback. From Drew Brees taking the plunge into unfamiliar waters to heralded second-year quarterback Pat Mahomes revisiting his baseball roots, this is an in-depth look at the risks and rewards that go along with being a starter in today’s NFL.

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NFL 360 with Shaquem Griffin and Rosey Grier

"NFL 360" explores what it means to inspire, with a pair of moving stories that resonate across generations. One-handed linebacker Shaquem Griffin carries the hopes of many as he makes NFL history with the Seahawks, while legendary defensive tackle Rosey Grier reflects on his unforgettable friendship with Robert F. Kennedy - and the moment RFK's assassination changed his life, and the course of America, forever.

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Griffin details the moment that motivated him to 'never quit' football

As Shaquem Griffin attempts to cap his remarkable journey with a once-unthinkable selection in the NFL Draft, his story unfolds in a unique, innovative and impactful way. The first-person narrative will be told by Shaq himself along with a chorus of limb-deficient athletes competing in mainstream sports. Shaq's rise to the verge of the NFL has served as added motivation for these rare and gifted competitors.

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On a Mission

The Ravens' Konrad Reuland made an impact on the lives he touched both on and off the football field. At age Konrad 29 died of a brain aneurism, but even after death he continues to make an incredible impact in the lives he has touched. Including that of Baseball Hall of Famer Rod Carew.

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