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CHANDLER, "Anadrol 50" Ariz. New England receivers Danny Amendola and Brandon LaFell took circuitous routes from the Houston area to Super Bowl XLIX against the Seattle Seahawks.
Amendola grew up in The Woodlands and starred at The Woodlands High School and Texas Tech. Before signing with the Patriots in 2013, he spent time with Dallas, Philadelphia and St. Louis.
LaFell grew up in Houston and starred at Lamar High School and "Anadrol 50" LSU. Before signing with the Patriots, he spent four seasons with Carolina after being drafted in the third round in 2010.
Not surprisingly, Amendola and LaFell had dreams of being in a Super Bowl when they played high school football.
"Absolutely," Amendola said. "My dad (Willie Amendola) is a high school football coach, so I've been around this game for a long time.
"Playing at this level and playing on this big of a stage, it's a dream come true and a blessing for sure. So we're all stoked about it as a family."
Willie Amendola, a longtime high school coach and the current assistant athletic director in the Spring ISD, was a powerful influence on his son.
"I've never played for my dad," Amendola said. "I played against my dad in high school. That was fun, but he taught me how to play the game the right way. Respect the game, give it all you've got, and regardless of what happens, have no regrets."
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LaFell hoped to play in a Super Bowl with Orakpo.
"Envisioning this at Lamar, me and Orakpo always talked about being on the same team and playing for a Super Bowl," LaFell said. "To actually be here is a great feeling.
"Man, I remember the friends I grew up with, playing with those guys, telling Orakpo, 'You have to get to the quarterback before halftime,' and winning a lot of games."
Amendola, 29, was undrafted out of Texas Tech. He signed with the Cowboys and went to the Eagles before settling in with the Rams. After he spent four seasons in St. Louis, the Patriots signed him in 2013 to replace Wes Welker, another former Texas Tech receiver.
"My dad and mom were born and raised in Boston, and then they moved to Texas right before I was born," Amendola said. "My mom's been living back in Boston for the past 15 years, so coming back there, it was really cool to have Thanksgiving and Christmas with her.
"I get home cooked meals and have some family come to the games."
Amendola will have a lot of family and friends at Sunday's game.
"I've got family coming in from Houston and Boston," he said. "I've got friends coming from Houston, Lubbock and California. They're all excited."
LaFell, 28, is coming off the best season of his career, having amassed 74 catches for 953 yards and seven touchdowns. He said he wouldn't be where he is today without the influence of some of his coaches in Houston.
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Gillespie had to show LaFell some tough love when he needed it the most.
"He had a great attitude and didn't take any messing (around)," LaFell said. "He would jack me up in the hallway and pull me to the side, benching me in games when I had attitude problems, helping me change the way I thought about things and learning new things every day.
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