By Leonard E. Colvin
New Journal and Guide
Don Carey, Dr. Myron Rolle, and Aaron Rouse are three African American men who took similar paths to where their lives stand today.
All three, now in their 30s, are highly regarded public servants. They were born into modest households, and each used football to access a college education and then played defensive for several NFL teams before retiring from the sport.
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