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Super Bowl Champions: Top Five Super Bowl Speakers

  • By Noah Schwartz
  •  Jan 27, 2022

Super Bowl Sunday, taking place on February 13 this year, looks to be one of the best championship games ever after what was arguably the most exciting divisional round of games that NFL fans had seen in a long time. The Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Rams, Cincinnati Bengals, and the San Francisco 49ers all still have skin in the game, but only two will make it to the gameday of all gamedays. If you’re looking for a high impact speaker to entertain your audience, there is no better option than a former Super Bowl champion. Check out five Super Bowl champion speakers available to book now on Engage:

5. Ryan Harris

Ryan Harris is a former NFL offensive tackle who is the current host of the CBS show “Fantasy Football Hour,” and a color commentator for Notre Dame football on Notre Dame radio. Harris chose Notre Dame out of high school over offers from other football powerhouses like Miami, Michigan, USC and UCLA. At Notre Dame, Harris was a four-year starter who earned degrees in both Economics and Political Science. In the 2007 NFL Draft, Harris was drafted by the Denver Broncos and after a few years with the team, he continued his career with the Houston Texans and then the Kansas City Chiefs. After his time in Kansas City, Harris returned to the Broncos and played on their Super Bowl L championship team. Harris played with the Pittsburgh Steelers before he retired at the end of the 2016 season. Outside of his work as a commentator and media personality, Harris is the published author of a book titled “Mindset for Mastery,” and he aims to bring people together in order to change the world. Harris has been an inspiration to his teammates and fans both on and off the field for years, and would make the perfect speaker at your next event.

4. Stephen Gostowski

Stephen Gostowski is a former NFL kicker, who at the end of the 2018 season was the third-most accurate kicker in NFL history. Gostowski played his college football at the University of Memphis, where he made enough of an impact that he was drafted unusually high for a kicker, in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. Gostowski had a 14 year career with the Patriots, where he was a three-time Super Bowl winner, a four-time Pro-Bowler, and a two-time First-Team All-Pro member. In 2020, Gostowski kicked for the Tennessee Titans before stepping away from football, though he hasn’t ruled out a possible NFL return. Off the field, Gostowski is a father of two. His stories of game-sealing Super Bowl field goals and the day to day of a long-time NFL veteran are sure to entertain your audience.

3. Sony Michel

Sony Michel is a running back for the Los Angeles Rams. Michel played college football at the University of Georgia, where he was a four-year starter and ultimately ended his career third on UGA’s all-time rushing list. During his junior and senior season, Michel served as a team captain, and led his team to victory in the 2018 Rose Bowl over Oklahoma. After his impact in the granddaddy of them all, Michel began his NFL career when he was drafted 31st overall by the New England Patriots in the 2018 NFL Draft. In his breakout rookie season, Michel helped to seal the deal in Super Bowl LIII, where he scored the go ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Now, Michel has a chance to become a Super Bowl champion with a
second team, as well as the keynote speaker at your next event.

2. Nick Foles

Nick Foles is an NFL quarterback, most famous for leading the Philadelphia Eagles to their first Super Bowl championship in 2017. After the Eagles’ starting quarterback at the time, Carson Wentz, got injured, Foles stepped in and led his team to the Lombardi Trophy. Foles was named Super Bowl LII MVP for his performance, becoming the third quarterback ever to both throw and catch a pass in a Super Bowl. Foles started his football career at the University of Arizona, and was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Foles’ exciting 2012 season was capped off with a trip to the Pro Bowl in 2013. Currently, Foles is with the Chicago Bears and is a father of two. Foles has said that he does all he does so that one day his children will be able to learn about their father and be proud of everything he has done. For heartwarming stories of an underdog who achieved their wildest dreams, book Foles as your next keynote speaker.

1. Booger McFarland

Booger McFarland is a former NFL defensive tackle and a current football analyst and media personality. McFarland was a First-Team All-American and All-SEC defensive tackle for the LSU Tigers from 1995-1998, where he graduated with a degree in business management. He was the 15th overall pick in the 1999 NFL Draft, and he joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers where he would play nine seasons and win Super Bowl XXXVII. McFarland then moved on to play with the Indianapolis Colts, where he won Super Bowl XLI. He got his broadcasting start on a popular Tampa area sports radio show and then joined ESPN as one of the SEC Network’s first commentators. McFarland then transitioned to the ESPN on ABC college football team as a studio analyst, and ultimately made it to the Monday Night Football broadcast team in May 2018 as the first-ever on-field analyst. McFarland’s decorated careers both on the field and in the broadcasting space are a testament to his spirit, which will absolutely shine through to anyone in your audience.

Should I book a speaker for my event?
In today’s age, our attention span is dwindling. A technological era in which we can get rushes of dopamine to our brain in a couple seconds by scrolling on a variety of social media platforms has created an atmosphere where we quickly become uninterested by something if we are not immediately curious to hear more. In an event, this means being able to grab your audience’s attention immediately and pull them in, wanting to hear more. This is where hiring a speaker for an event comes into play. The speakers that are on Engage’s website are some of the most high-class, interesting stories you will ever hear. Engage has the stories and speakers that will hold your audience captive with interest. 

To learn more about Engage, its talent, and how to book your next speaker contact us at info@letsengage.comor visit https://www.letsengage.com/.

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