Saturday, May 18, 2013

Tennessee Titans' Coty Sensabaugh on Living Your Best Life with Genma Holmes

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Coty Sensabaugh and Dominique Jordan in the studios with Genma Holmes

Join us on Saturday, May 18, 2013, as we continue to share extraordinary acts of kindness from individuals who are dedicated to beating cancer. Tennessee Titans' Coty Sensabaugh, will talk about the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and his tireless efforts to bring awareness to blood cancers. Listen as he discusses his brother, Jamaar Sensabaugh, who died at the tender age of 16 from the disease that was unknown to his family at the time. Titan's Sensabaugh is honoring his brother's memory by establishing ww.coty4aCURE.com campaign. His campaign motto is a "A Fight for Jamaar."

Coty Sensabaugh with his brother Jamaar
We will also hear from Dominique Jordan, Coty's Clemson University sweetheart who passionate about helping him raise $150,000 from fans, supporters, and the cancer community while he campaigns to become the LLS Man of the Year. We will also hear from Coty's mother, Becky Sensabaugh, who will share sage advice about raising sons and overcoming the challenges of motherhood while staying faithful in the midst of a family tragedy.



This show promises to empower, inspire, and motivate you to give back your community and join Coty Sensabaugh, his family, and the LLS Society to raise funds for a powerful cause.

Living Your Best Life, a radio show that empowers, inspires and motivates one to live their BEST life, can heard on 760 AM in the Middle-Tennessee Region, military bases, and streamed live on U-Stream.TV from 9-10AM CST. This show will also be aired on WTST, a member of the HBCU radio network.

 More About Coty Sensabaugh 


Entering his second season with the Tennessee Titans. Coty Sensabaugh registered 31 tackles as a rookie, including 22 solo. The fourth-round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft was considered a late bloomer by many after beginning his college career as a special teams player and reserve cornerback at Clemson. He nevertheless became one of the Tigers’ top performers by the end of his tenure in Death Valley. As a senior, the team co-captain was credited with more snaps played in one season than any other defender in program history (993). Respected for his work ethic and intelligence, Sensabaugh also possesses tremendous athleticism. At the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine, he ran the fourth-fastest 40-yard dash among all cornerbacks, finishing in 4.42 seconds.

Coty Sensabaugh is featured in the current issue of Mocha Market Magazine
 During his first NFL off-season, Coty has humbly accepted the challenge to raise over $100,000 for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (better known as LLS). LLS is the worlds’ largest voluntary health organization dedicated to finding a cure for leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and improving the quality of life of patients and their families.  LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the world and provides free information and support services for patients.

His intimate connection with blood cancer has inspired Coty to assist families and individuals stricken with this disease.  This year marks the thirteenth anniversary of his older brother Jamaar Sensabaugh’s sudden death from leukemia.  One week after his 16th birthday, Jamaar’s life abruptly ended leaving behind his family, a huge life of promise, and his then 11-year-old baby brother Coty.
“My big brother was my best friend,” said Coty. “My family and I struggled with Jamaar’s death for a long time, yet that circumstance molded me into the man I am today and gave me the motivation to fight against this disease.”

Throughout his high school and college career, Coty has always had a spiritual connection with his brother.  He believes that although his brother is not physically with him, Jamaar is always watching over him and guiding him.

Coty is taking part in The Nashville Man and Woman of the Year campaign for LLS, which officially starts on April 4, 2013, with the winner being crowned on June 13, 2013.  This 10-week competition is filled with appearances and events to support Coty in raising awareness, monetary funds, and interact with hundreds of families and individuals directly and indirectly affected by these horrible diseases.

“It seems like everyday I meet someone who has a close connection with blood cancer, and so many people are encouraged by my story,” said Coty.

“A Fight For Jamaar” is his campaign motto, rightfully named after his big brother. “My brother’s life was stripped suddenly from my family.  Jamaar was never able to fight for his life, and it is my responsibility to fight the good fight for him.”

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