In grade school Derrick Coleman was the kid with hearing aids, the kid who was different. Some people thought he couldn't play football. But Coleman didn't listen. He persisted. A star fullback in high school, he earned a scholarship to UCLA. As a Bruin he played in 48 games, scored 19 touchdowns, earned his degree and was named second team all-Pac-12. But then the NFL said no: Coleman went undrafted. Still, he didn't listen. He persisted, playing on scout teams. In Seattle Coleman earned a roster spot, the first legally deaf player on offense in the history of the NFL. From free agent to the Super Bowl, in just a year.Will your persistence make history?