Broncos Q&A: Marvin Austin's résumé says no longer "a nobody"
Tue Sep 16, 2014
experienced a dizzying spiral. Entering his senior season at North Carolina, he was one of college football's top defensive tackles. Before he could get drafted, he absorbed the first of two punches to his career, adversity that led him to the Broncos. North Carolina dismissed Austin because of his dealings with an agent. "Overnight, I was a nobody," Austin said.
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