Carolina Panthers safety Kurt Coleman (20) considered giving up football after his routine tackle left an Ohio State teammate paralyzed. But Tyson Gentry’s forgiveness helped convince him to keep playing.
Carolina Panthers safety Kurt Coleman (20) considered giving up football after his routine tackle left an Ohio State teammate paralyzed. But Tyson Gentry’s forgiveness helped convince him to keep playing. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Carolina Panthers safety Kurt Coleman (20) considered giving up football after his routine tackle left an Ohio State teammate paralyzed. But Tyson Gentry’s forgiveness helped convince him to keep playing. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

Instant impact: Panthers safety Kurt Coleman’s routine tackle changed two lives

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