News outlets summarized the Commencement address given by San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers.

From: San Diego Union-Tribune Date: May 21, 2014 Author: Matthew T. Hall

Having grown accustomed to big numbers, Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers gave the 125th annual commencement speech at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Saturday.

He talked about his priorities - faith, family and football, "in that order" - and told the 1,550 students before him to discover their own passion and do it to the best of their ability. He opened up about public struggles on the football field and private thoughts that "it was the end of the world" when his oldest son was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. And then, as if exiting a huddle, he closed with some wise and pithy words of advice that included the Chargers' "adopted" team slogan.

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