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Kiwanis Club President Charlie Seuntjens, left, welcomes former Buffalo Bills defensive end Phil Hansen to Tuesday's regular meeting at the Speak Easy in Detroit Lakes. Hansen spoke about his years as a high school, college and professional football player and the lessons the game taught him about overcoming adversity and looking toward future success rather than dwelling on past defeats. Pippi Mayfield/Tribune

Hansen reveals life lessons learned from years as player

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In 2010, former Buffalo Bills player Phil Hansen finally got to show his kids what he did for a career for 11 years.

Being inducted into the Wall of Fame, he was able to take his family to New York, watch a game, be recognized for his time with the Bills and finally fully answer any questions his kids had about what he did.

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"I haven't gotten a question since (about his football career)," he said.

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