NFL star Mike Utley's rise from the ashes

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Although Mike was a genuine superstar in his college years, winning both team and personal awards, it didn’t carry over to his professional career. He was only picked 59 in the third round by the Detroit Lions in the 1989 draft. Despite the low expectations, he started in 17 games out of the 32 he played over three seasons, proving himself worthy to a starting player, before his career-ending spinal injury occurred. It stemmed from his field position, offensive lineman, in which dangerous collisions occur all the time.

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