Jake Olson was the first completely blind football player to ever play in a Division I college football game. His story has been documented by ever major media outlet and he has been motivationally speaking since the age of 12.
Brian Urlacher is a former American football linebacker who spent his entire 13-year career playing for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the University of New Mexico, where he was recognized as a...
Terrell Owens is 6-time NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver, actor, author, humanitarian, loving father, fitness expert, model and motivational speaker. After a memorable 16 year career, TO is continuing to push the envelope in all of his endeavors.
Steve Young is a former NFL MVP and Super Bowl winning quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. Over his 15 season career, Young was a 2x league MVP, 3x Super Bowl winner, and 1x Super Bowl MVP. Young is now an NFL Analyst for ESPN.
Bo Jackson is a retired American baseball and football player. He was the first athlete to be named an All-Star in two major American sports. He won the Heisman Trophy in 1985. His fame grew beyond sports after Nike initiated the "Bo knows" campaign.
Chad Johnson, aka Chad Ochocinco, is a former NFL wide receiver primarily for the Cincinnati Bengals. Since his playing days, he has become a notable off-field personality & is an ambassador of fashion, gaming, & both American & European football.
Adrian Peterson is an NFL Running Back for the Washington Redskins. He was drafted 7th overall in the 2007 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings, after playing college football at Oklahoma. Peterson won the 2012 NFL MVP after amassing 2314 total yards.
Respected sports executive Amy Trask worked with the Oakland Raiders for almost 30 years, serving as CEO from 1997 to 2013. She joined the Raiders as an intern, and worked her way up to become the NFL’s first female front-office executive.
Melvin Gordon is an American football running back for the Los Angeles Chargers. Gordon played his college ball at Wisconsin and was nominated to his first Pro Bowl in 2018.
Ryan is a former Super Bowl Champion offensive lineman for the Denver Broncos and Notre Dame. Now, he wears many hats as a Radio Host, Color Analyst, and full-time Speaker.
DeSean Jackson is a wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles. DeSean was a consensus All American during his college days at UC Berkeley and has been to three pro bowls over his 11 year NFL career.
Merril Hoge is a former running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers and ESPN analyst. He is currently an author and motivational speaker. His life philosophy "Find A Way" helped him battle through his playing career and beat non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Josina Anderson is the first female NFL Insider at ESPN and active speaker. She has conducted exclusive interviews with some of the biggest stars in the world and broken numerous blockbuster stories.
Hall of Fame sportscaster Linda Cohn has served as a SportsCenter anchor since joining ESPN in 1992. She is ESPN’s longest-tenured SportsCenter anchor and in early 2016 was recognized for anchoring her 5,000th SportsCenter, the most of any anchor.
Joy Taylor co-hosts THE HERD WITH COLIN COWHERD, which airs weekdays on FS1, as well as the popular “Maybe I’m Crazy” Podcast. Taylor joined FOX Sports in March 2016 for the launch of SKIP AND SHANNON: UNDISPUTED & served as the moderator until 2018.
Darren Woodson is a former NFL safety for the Dallas Cowboys. During his spell in the NFL, Woodson won 3 Super Bowls (XXVII, XXVIII, XXX) as a member of the Cowboys and was voted to 5 Pro Bowl teams (1994–1998).
Eric is a former American football player for Rutgers who became paralyzed in-game while making a tackle. After recovering, he now focuses on sports broadcasting, speaking and writing as a means for sharing his motivational story.
Steve Atwater is a former NFL Free Safety for the Denver Broncos. Over his 11 year career, Atwater was selected to 8 Pro Bowl Teams and was 2x Super Bowl Champion winning Super Bowl XXXII and XXXIII with Denver.
Brian Westbrook is a former running back for the Philadelphia Eagles turned broadcaster and investor. Over his 8 seasons with the Eagles, Westbrook was nominated to 2 pro-bowls and was inducted into the the Eagles Hall of Fame.
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