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Sony Pictures acquires film rights to Jesse Holley's story


Sony Pictures has acquired "", the working title for a film based on the unlikely rise the wide receiver who played for the Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots after getting an invite to Cowboys training camp after winning 4th and Long, a reality series. Holley overcame a poverty-ridden upbringing and multiple personal obstacles and went from working as a security guard to being an NFL wide receiver. (Deadline.com)

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