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Ramona Shelburne @ramonashelburne

Kerr's issues started when he had back surgery. That created a spinal fluid leak which gives him horrible symptoms like migraines, nausea

Richard Sherman @RSherman_25

5. It doesn't matter where you start. Whether your a rich kid with everything or a kid from the slums. You control your effort and attitude

Richard Sherman @RSherman_25

4. Your goals and ambitions should be a constant evolution. Continue to aim higher. Complacency is the enemy of success.

Richard Sherman @RSherman_25

3. Hard work pays off. On the road to riches you have to continuously fill your tank with hours of hard work and dedication. No shortcuts

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

I did Brent Musburger's "My Friends in the Desert" show this afternoon on XM/Sirius and VSiN.com (should be archived there). We mostly talked NFL betting. Off the air, I asked if he was ever the sports editor at The Daily Chronicle in DeKalb, Ill. He was stunned that I knew that and replied in the affirmative. I told him I had heard that when I was at Northern Illinois University in 1986-88 but was surprised when he retired from play-by-play that all the ESPN tributes, the VSiN story by Matt Youmans and even his Wikipedia page all said his sports writing career started at the Chicago American. But I can see how that could happen. From many articles I've written (plus local radio appearances and Tweets on Twitter), a lot of people believe I got my sports writing start at NIU (and I rarely correct them) while actually I started at the College of DuPage, a two-year college in Glen Ellyn, Ill. So, I can't claim we both got our start in DeKalb, but we both cut our journalistic teeth in corn country.

Richard Sherman @RSherman_25

2. On the road to success there are huge pitfalls and adversity. It's never easy. Understand that in your worst moments. Persevere

Richard Sherman @RSherman_25

1. There will be more critics and naysayers than supporters on your journey. More ppl will tell you that your dream is impossible

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Could Washington cornerback Josh Norman ever return to the Panthers as Julius Peppers and Captain Munnerlyn did this year in free agency? Here's what he said Saturday night at his celebrity basketball tournament In Charlotte.

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