Former Buffalo Bills Player Releases First Children’s Book
People who play and work for the Buffalo Bills are varied. Just take a look at the interests of players, staff, and coaches who are among the alumni of the greatest football team in America.
From Ivy League scholars to hunters to real estate developers, Buffalo has a way of drawing some impressive people to the 716.
This list also includes authors. Several former Bills players and staff have written books on various topics, and the most recent book by a former Bill could be the perfect gift for someone special in your life.
Former Bills Player, Brandin Bryant, Releases Children's Book
Brandin Bryant is an NFL Defensive End who has played in the league since 2016 and has played for seven different teams over his career. He's made stops in Cleveland, Seattle, Houston, Miami, and both New
York Jersey football teams. During his career, he spent three seasons in Buffalo, where he earned most of his career tackles.
However, spending time playing in the NFL isn't Bryant's only passion, as he's released his first children's book.
The book So, You Want to Be an Athlete? was written by Bryant to help kids unlock the door to athletic success and academic excellence.
Do you have dreams of making the winning touchdown, crossing the finish line first, or hitting the perfect home run? This book tells you that these dreams are possible but come with the responsibility of nurturing a growth mindset, a strong work ethic, and an unwavering belief in oneself. It stresses the equal importance of excelling in the classroom, demonstrating that academic achievement and athletic prowess are not mutually exclusive, but rather two sides of the same coin.
-Brandin Bryant, So, You Want to Be an Athlete Overview
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