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Bradford Makes It With His 'Right-Hand Man'

Carl Bradford (Christopher Hanewinckel/USA TODAY)

Fourteen months ago, Carl Bradford's father died in his arms. With memories of his father never far from his mind, the quarterback-sacking Arizona State star has made it to the NFL. During his final two seasons, he piled up 20 sacks, 39.5 tackles for losses and six forced fumbles.

Arizona State linebacker Carl Bradford stepped away from a gathering of friends and family after getting the news he'd been picked by the Green Bay Packers in the fourth round, and broke down. He needed to be by himself. But in that moment, he definitely wasn't alone. Bradford's father, Roy, died in his arms on March 12, 2013, of an apparent heart attack while they were on a trip to Roy's home... Recommended Stories

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