Rennie Curran


Drive, determination, resiliency, intensity, and humility. Any of these characteristics can be used to describe linebacker Rennie Curran. ​

Considered an undersized player by numerous critics going into college, he quickly silenced any doubters by striking fear into the hearts of opposing offenses during his three dominant years as an All-American football player at the University of Georgia.
Drafted in the third round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Titans, Curran is a force to be reckoned with in the National Football League. However, to truly understand Rennie Curran as a man, one must look deeper than his playing career.

Curran has “The Liberian Dream” tattooed on his left bicep, and rightfully so. He has great pride in his Liberian heritage. This pride was brought on by the hard work and determination he witnessed from his family during their numerous struggles with adversity. Curran’s parents came to America from Liberia during the mid-1980s and remained permanently after civil war broke out in their homeland. During that time, his mother earned a master’s degree in nursing from Emory University and would become a certified diabetes educator, while his father started a shoe repair business. Curran grew up witnessing the sacrifices his family made as they supported and sheltered their Liberian family members and friends during the war. Through his family, he has gained pride in his Liberian heritage, and learned that faith, a hard work ethic, and resiliency can help him overcome any obstacles in his life.

Curran is also giving back to the Liberian community and hopes to continue giving support to the educational and social institutions, while also promoting goodwill and building a positive relationship with the Liberian people and government.

Curran’s experiences in life have paved the way for him to become the man that he is today. He still lives his life through the lessons he learned from his family. His on the field intensity and drive to help others is a testament to that. He currently spends much of his time with his daughter, Eleana, giving her the same love he received as a child. Rennie Curran truly is “The Liberian Dream”.

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Free Agent
Price: $20.00 USD. Words: 29,110. Language: English. Published: April 7, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Sports biography
My greatest hope for anyone reading this book is for them to put themselves in my shoes, replacing my dream with whatever dream they may have, and realize that it is very much attainable.