The former Desert Vista High and USC star is coming off a 58-tackle, seven-sack year in what was his second season at linebacker for the Detroit Lions after playing his first four with the New York Giants.

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Devon sits down on the Winning is not Everything podcast and talked about identity outside of the game of football, chasing dreams and his child hold. Winning is not everything is hosted by Sean Jensen who is a well known espn reporter and children book author.

My chat with Devon Kennard, the Detroit Lions linebacker who is in the running to win prestigious Walter Payton Man of the Year award at the NFL Honors Saturday night before #SuperBowLIV. We discuss the influence of his father, brother and #KobeBryant and much, much more!

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Devon talked with the Good Morning Football crew about his Walter Payton Man Of The Year nomination as well as how this season has gone for him and the Lions so Far.

To me, the Walter Payton Man of The Year Award stands for excellence on and off the field. As I reflect on every player who has ever won this award I see one common thread; a group of man who are exceptional football players but at some point made the realization that real success is helping OTHERS succeed and grow. Their life’s work reflects this realization.

With that said, I am extremely honored and humbled to be mentioned alongside such men as a nominee for this years Walter Payton Man of The Year award. Youth mentorship, education and literacy has been a passion of mine since entering the NFL 6 years ago and I’m excited to shed light on the amazing organizations I have had the honor of working with here in Detroit. I want to personally thank my family, Mrs. Ford, Coach Patricia, all my teammates and the community relations department here in Detroit. This would not be possible without the help of all of you and I am eternally grateful.

Thank you again and God Bless,