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Undersized Wilson Shows Big Talent, Heart

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Georgia State's Albert Wilson repeatedly has beaten the odds to become an NFL prospect who might be on the Packers' radar as a big-play wide receiver and kick returner.

Albert Wilson went to five schools in Vero Beach, Fla. As an eighth-grader. To suggest Wilson had a difficult childhood would be an understatement. His parents were imprisoned for drug offenses. Without them, he was passed around the foster-care system as if he were a hot potato. Inspired by the "Blind Side," the movie telling Michael Oher's similar path to the NFL — football became Wilson's...

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