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From highly recruited quarterback to Vikings linebacker, Chazz Surratt has traveled a ‘unique path’


“For sure, (it was frustrating),” said of being replaced as UNC's starting quarterback. “I came in as a quarterback, so obviously my goal was to get to the NFL as a quarterback. But I just turned the page and was excited for the next step. Luckily, I had teammates and coaches that helped me do that because my goal was to play in the NFL.” (St. Paul Pioneer Press)

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From highly recruited quarterback to Vikings linebacker, Chazz Surratt has traveled a ‘unique path’


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