The Andre Norman Show // A Conversation With The New England Patriots
About Andre Norman
Many dream of becoming a professional athlete or attending an ivy league university. Few are able to pursue that to every extent of their power.
For Andre Norman, it would have been easy to let his goals and aspirations pass him by after being sentenced to over 100 years in a maximum security prison – especially as he rose to the top of the prison gang system while behind bars.
Instead, after having an epiphany while spending two straight years in solitary confinement, he set his sights on Harvard.
Over the next eight years, Norman worked tirelessly to bring that dream to fruition. He became literate, earned his GED, and won the appeal that led to his release after 14 years in prison. After turning his life around, he now inspires the same out of others, becoming an "Ambassador For Hope" for millions across the globe.
Norman has served as a public speaker and mentor since earning back his freedom in 1999, traveling throughout the United States and beyond to deliver motivation.
In joining forces with the New England Patriots, his powerful message will be heard by NFL fans across the world and by the more than 650 thousand incarcerated individuals via prison tablets.
Join Norman as he sits down, one-on-one, with Patriots players Ja'Whaun Bentley, Matthew Slater, Jonathan Jones, David Andrews, and recently retired legend Devin McCourty for conversations about football, faith, family, and more.
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Join Andre Norman as he sits down, one-on-one, with New England Patriots players for conversations about football, faith, family, and more. Full episodes are available now on your podcatcher of choice.
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