Oher is also the author of the New York Times best-selling book, I Beat The Odds: From Homelessness, to The Blind Side, and Beyond and plans on releasing another book next year on mental health and healing. Oher says he continues to feel gratitude for the life he has now, and his ability to overcome obstacles on the road to happiness. “I’m thankful for what I’ve created now,” says Oher. “The things that were against me, I can look back and say, ‘I proved them all wrong.’ And now I can show other people who are like me coming up, I can pull them along and continue to reach back. … I like giving credit to everybody that was involved because I couldn’t have done it alone.” Note: Social media posts referenced in this article were deleted after it was published. We have removed the deleted posts but have not changed the text of the article.
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Two-time Super Bowl champion Malcolm Jenkins is retiring, he announced during an episode of The Pivot podcast on Wednesday. Jenkins, 34, played for both the New Orleans Saints and the Philadelphia Eagles during his 13-year career in the NFL, winning a Super Bowl ring once with each franchise, in 2010 and 2018, respectively. “I’m excited to announce that after 13 seasons I’m retiring from the game of football,” Jenkins said in a clip posted to Twitter by The Pivot. Jenkins expanded on his decision in a tweet on Wednesday morning in which he said he was thankful for the time he spent in the league.