Do you have what it takes to be an NFL scout?
Scouting is the heart and soul of every NFL team and it requires attention to details that require a different vantage point.
Chris Wilson has written a book to help and inspire his community
The former Redskins DE’s Compass of Hope shares his journey and offers inspiration
Doug Williams Reflects on the Importance of HBCUs and the Foundation of Success He Was Given
Coming from a small Louisiana town, attending Grambling not only gave him football skills, it gave him life skills
The NFL careers of Geoff and Mitchell Schwartz were a surprise – mostly to them
Growing up, baseball was their game, but it was in the NFL where they found their professional athletic careers.
Former LB David Vobora Helping Amputees Find Their Purpose As He Finds His Own
2008’s final NFL draft pick, Mr. Irrelevant, is making a remarkable impact in the business world and came to share his story with Business Academy attendees.
Bryan Barker, an original Jaguar, is the founder & director of the Jaguars Alumni Group Ambassadors
The group serves as a valuable extension of the team in the community and on game day
Chris Cooley has maintained football ties while moving forward with his life-long love of art
The former tight end’s original career plan involved being an art teacher. He’s now a working artist with a gallery and studio.
The Greer’s Book Business is Kicking into High Gear
Jabari & Katrina Greer attend the NFL’s 2017 Business Academy to expand their already growing business.
Former fullback Jon Ritchie is back in Philadelphia on the radio
Former Eagles and Raiders fullback Jon Ritchie’s media career has taken him back to Philadelphia as the mid-day radio host of a sports talk show.
NFL players reflect on fatherhood during NFL - All Pro Dad Super Bowl LI Event
Current and former players gathered to have fun and strengthen bonds with their children.
Former Steelers Hit the Hub To Host Jam-Packed Pep Rally
Ex-Steelers Lead Pep Rally in Boston
Kamerion Wimbley has gone to the dogs. In a good way.
After a nine-year NFL career, Wimbley has moved on to other endeavors – including his Bull Breed Coalition Registry.
Former NFL DT Justin Bannan’s new career combines sports and tech
Bannan is making his mark in the tech start-up world with companies Black Lab Sports and isplack.
Don’t disrespect Batman when Ahman Green is around
The former Green Bay running back is busier than ever in his post-NFL life, and that includes making time for his favorite superhero.
Witherspoon’s success in life has been based on finding his passions
Former LB Will Witherspoon has followed his passions to find success after the NFL
The unwritten story of Isaiah Kacyvenski
The NFL helmets the former linebacker wore during his eight seasons in the NFL do not begin to tell Kacyvenski’s story.
FIELDS CHANGE - PEOPLE STAY THE SAME
No matter what the level, letting go is a transition process, not a switch. There are factors that dictate how the transition plays out. Emotional and societal factors that athletes and families should be aware of and acknowledge.
Hall-of-Fame CB Mike Haynes Goes One-on-One with Prostate Cancer
Lockdown cornerback Mike Haynes goes 1-on-1 with a disease that affects more people than most know
NFL Families and Halloween
While NFL Players and Legends can be terrors on the gridiron, dressing up for Halloween can bring out their sillier (or their spookier) sides.
Felicia Hall Allen offers tips on managing transition at the NFL’s The Bridge to Success
As NFL players, you were one of the best players to ever play the game of football. Now, you have the opportunity to be a legend
Success Beyond the Game: Ken Ruettgers at The Bridge to Success
More than 150 NFL Legends gathered in Dallas to get insight and guidance into transitioning out of the football
Keith Elias explains that NFL Legends are not Clark Kent, but are still super men
At The Bridge to Success Elias told former players they can still be super men in the next phase of their lives
The Bridge to Success 2016 - Arthur McAfee
It happens in an instant for most – the blink of an eye – an NFL player becomes a legend. When the games ends, the brotherhood remains – but what’s next!
Former NFL Player Kenny Greene and Wife Tina See Second Treatment Facility Open for TBI & Addiction
Athletes Recovery Founders Kenny and Tina Hunter Greene have just partnered with an existing center in Southern California, with this facility focusing specifically on Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) and Addiction.
NFL’s Todd Collins Back Home in Walpole, MA Coaching QBs in Iconic Program
The former QB shows you can go home again as he coaches for the high school where his career began
Bradie James’ 56 Foundation brings breast cancer services to those in need
Having lost his mother to the disease, James continues her legacy while helping others
Stephen Bowen a Game Changer on the Field and in the League Office
Bowen is transitioning from impacting the game of football as a player to having an impact in the NFL office
Tank Johnson’s Path of Righteousness - Part II
After clawing himself into relevance, Tank Johnson would suffer a great loss, which would guide him to his purpose
Tank Johnson’s Path of Righteousness – Part I
Tank Johnson shares his roller coaster of achievements and failures in Part I of this series
Former DE Rob Burnett, a Baltimore Ravens “Legend of the Game,” was an original
The Pro Bowler was already on the roster when owner Art Modell relocated the Ravens from Cleveland to Baltimore in 1995.
Mike Rivera: Looking to the Future
Former NFL LB/TE, Mike Rivera, went back to school while in the NFL to earn his master’s degree at Kentucky.
Kendall Simmons’ Diabetes Diagnosis Made Health and Wellness Job One
After a startling diagnosis prior to his second year in the NFL, the former Steelers guard is now educating others on the disease
Former NFL LB Thomas Williams Perfectly Suited for Student-Athletes
Former NFL linebacker Thomas Williams has taken his passion to help student-athletes by outfitting them for success
Flying High with Kevin Houser
Former NFL player, Kevin Houser, had two dreams – to be an NFL player and to be an airline pilot. While still in the NFL, he started flight training. Now, he works for CommutAir
Vernon Turner’s Trying Tale To Have a Hollywood Ending
Vernon Turner’s autobiography “The Next Level: A Game I Had To Play!” is scheduled for the silver screen
Anthony Edwards: The Arizona Cardinals’ Mr. Everything
Former wide receiver Anthony Edwards is the Cardinals’ Senior Director of Player Engagement, but that’s just one of his many jobs.
Jon Runyan: From the NFL to Congress and Back
The former offensive tackle and 14-year NFL veteran has returned to his football roots after two terms in the U.S. Congress.
For Hall-of-Fame QB Warren Moon, philanthropy is his priority
Warren Moon’s 23 years in football provided the platform for him to spend his life bettering the lives of countless others
Player Engagement: Quintin Mikell helping Eagles after helping himself
Quintin Mikell used the NFL Development programs to help himself. Now he’s helping the Philadelphia Eagles players as their Director of Player Engagement.
NFL training camps: Oh how things have changed
Training camp is a notoriously tough time of year for players, but today’s camps have nothing on the decades that came before
Steve Gleason fights ALS with former teammate Scott Fujita by his side
As he battles ALS, Steve Gleason’s mantra, “awesome ain’t easy” has inspired everyone around him.
NFL Women Shine at HOF enshrinement
Women are the backbone of the players achieving their dreams on the field