The more we move away from the shocking news four days ago that really wasn't involving Andrew Luck retiring from the NFL while forfeiting as much as a half-billion dollars see below , the more we discover another truth about the whole situation. Just like that, the world's most powerful sports league will keep losing star players faster than you can say "CTE.
Take Rob Gronkowski, for instance.
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He wasn't always the fun-loving Gronk Tuesday when he spoke through tears at a New York City press conference about his decision after last season to retire as a tight end for the New England Patriots. I couldn't even think. I was in tears in my bed after a Super Bowl victory.
And then, for four weeks, I couldn't even sleep for more than 20 minutes a night. I was like, 'Damn, this sucks.
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It was one of the biggest, deepest thigh bruises I've ever gotten. To paraphrase an old Willie Nelson song about Cowboys, Luck, Gronkowski and their suddenly perceptive peers keep screaming the following: "Mammas, don't let you babies grow up to be football players.
I also volunteer at my church and other social service organisations because I really enjoy working with people. They taught me how to cope with my stress, and their Employment Training Course equipped me with the essential skills and knowledge to enter the workforce.
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Now, the Employment Support Services team is helping me secure a job. In future, I also hope to become an advocate for others like me. After getting help at the Singapore Anglican Community Services, Andrew is more equipped with the skills to enter the workforce.