Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman, who has been deaf since age three, is sharing his inspiring life story in an amazing new Duracell commercial that just might move you to tears — watch it right here!

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll could not ask for a better embodiment of his “No Whining, No Complaining, No Excuses” mantra than Derrick Coleman. Diagnosed with an incurable genetic hearing impairment as a child, Coleman is the first legally 

Everyone loves to hear a good success story but Seattle Seahawks running back Derrick Coleman has always had to make do with his other senses due to the fact that he's been legally deaf since the age of three. To play competitive sports in any capacity 

Coleman is essentially deaf. He's been that way since being diagnosed with a genetic and incurable hearing impairment as a toddler. The disability could have stopped Coleman. Instead, he adapted, starring as a running 

One of those players is fullback Derrick Coleman. The Seahawks have the loudest stadium in the NFL that constantly disrupts opposing players, but Coleman isn't effected by the noise. He isn't affected by the noise because he has learned to tune it out

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