Of the 100,000 american high school seniors that play football each year, only 215 will make it to the national football league. One of those was was Manitou Springs native, Justin Armour. After stints with the Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens, and the Denver Broncos, Armour has returned to his hometown of Manitou Springs to raise his young family. He also returns to Manitou Springs High School as the head football coach. Craig Richardson has this profile.

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