Bottom line: Shaquem Griffin was born with amniotic band syndrome on his left hand. His fingers never fully developed, and he had to have the hand amputated.
But Griffin still wanted to keep up with his twin brother, Shaquill, who was an athlete, so Shaquem also participated in sports.
No one thought the one-handed peewee football player could play in high school. Shaquem did and excelled.
No one thought a one-handed high school player could play in college. Shaqeum did and was an All-American at Central Florida.
No one thought a one-armed college player could make it to the NFL. You can figure out the rest.
The Seattle Seahawks drafted Griffin in 2018, and he became the first one-handed player to be drafted in the NFL.
Now, he lines up alongside his brother, who also plays for the Seahawks.