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New York Giants offensive lineman Joshua Ezeudu destigmatizes stutter on journey from UNC to NFL


Growing up, had low self esteem because he stuttered. "I just want to be a role model, not even for children, but for everybody who has a stutter or an issue keeping them from being normal," Ezeudu said. As a kid, Ezeudu said he couldn’t recall a star athlete with stuttering problems. "Yes, I do stutter and I’m not going to hide it at all." (WRAL Sports Fan)

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New York Giants offensive lineman Joshua Ezeudu destigmatizes stutter on journey from UNC to NFL


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