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Nick Patterson | npatterson@heraldnet.com
Published: Thursday, January 30, 2014, 3:09 p.m.

Seahawks FB Derrick Coleman with a big surprise for young fans

Last week, Derrick Coleman received a letter, via Twitter, from a young fan explaining that the Seahawks fullback was an inspiration to her and her twin sister, who like Coleman are both hearing impaired. Coleman responded with a hand-written note of his own, thanking and encouraging the girls.

And if it had ended with that, we'd still have a cool, feel-good story thanks to Coleman, who has become something of a celebrity of late thanks to a Duracell commercial that portrays his journey to become the first legally deaf offensive player in the NFL.

But the story didn't end with that. It got a lot better. We'll let ABC News take over from here, but first a warning: if you're the sentimental type, this one might make you tear up a little bit.



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