Austin Proehl's game shaped by hard work and a valuable mentor

There were a lot of things working against NFL draft prospect Austin Proehl. The North Carolina receiver was seen as undersized at 5-9 and 182 pounds. His senior season for the Tar Heels was cut short by injury. And there was a perception that he was more quick than fast. Proehl overcame all of it, thanks in large part to the two critical factors working in his favor. (Buffalo Bills)

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