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Patriots safety, Patrick Chung is one of the few Jamaican born players in the NFL and is having a great season for the New England Patriots.

Chung is half Chinese and his mother is a former reggae star who appeared on the popular British music program, “Top Of The Pops.”

Yahoo Sports reports:

Patrick Chung sits in a Red Robin restaurant located in an outdoor mall near Gillette Stadium. Just 9 years old when the family left, he knows little about his mother’s life in Jamaica. He’s seen pictures and heard her songs. He can sing many of them. But he was too young to know the travelling life, the bands, the DJs and nightclub performances. By the time he was old enough to grasp what his parents did for work, they had moved – first to Miami and then to Rancho Cucamonga, a suburb southeast of Los Angeles in San Bernardino County.

But now as he is rising as a star with New England, as he becomes a bigger and bigger deal in a city where professional athletes are revered, it is the lessons of her career that he does understand. “Be humble,” she always told him. You never know when it all might end.

Read More At Yahoo Sports

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