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NEW PODCAST: Corey Miller - Former NFL Linebacker, Pastor of Pain

THIS IS EPISODE 352 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST

Corey Miller played nine seasons in the NFL with the New York Giants and Minnesota Vikings from 1991-1998. He was selected in the sixth round of the 1991 NFL Draft by the Giants and played with guys like Phil Simms, Lawrence Taylor and Michael Strahan during his eight years with the G-Men.

Corey’s son, Christian, played college football at Alabama with Nick Saban, and in April, Corey watched Christian become an NFL player, selected in the fourth round of the NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers.

Corey is currently a speaker and evangelist who goes by the nickname “The Pastor of Pain.” On this episode, Miller shares the emotions he felt watching his son get selected in the NFL draft, the toughest part of being an NFL player with a son also playing football, his testimony of faith in Christ, and how his life was transformed from just believing in God to surrendering to Jesus as Savior and Lord.

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