Vahe Gregorian

October 25, 2013 5:45 PM

Life on a tiny Georgia island life shaped Chiefs lineman Allen Bailey

Inhabited by 40-some descendants of former slaves, rural Sapelo Island is reachable from the Georgia mainland only by ferry boat. Chiefs lineman Allen Bailey grew up there and remains fiercely proud of its people and uncomplicated way of life.

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