Freeman, Eskridge bonded brothers
In their neighborhood, sneakers were status, so Devonta Freeman and Durell Eskridge took their shoes seriously.
A new pair of Air Jordans might gobble up most of a week's pay from their mommas' pocketbooks, if this was one of the weeks they were working, so eventually Freeman and Eskridge found ways to pay for shoes on their own. They hung around the gas station, pumping gas in hopes of a tip. They carried bags for customers at the nearby Winn-Dixie, pocketing loose change for their ...
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