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NFL Alumni Now Are Respected Leaders In Many Diverse Fields

We at NFL Alumni salute all of our members during this Holiday Season and wish you and your families only good health and happiness in the New Year.
There is a good reason why thousands of you are so well-respected back in your hometowns and in your current communities around the country. You have left your playing days behind and now hold very responsible positions in many diverse occupations.  For example:
Marques ColstonMatt Miller, and Alvin Pearman are College Professors who are teaching during a very difficult academic year.
Anthony MunozMike Tice, and Moe Williams are coaching NFL-ready players at the new in-season NFL Alumni Academy in Canton.
Congressmen Colin AllredAnthony Gonzalez, and freshman Burgess Owens are representing their constituents in our Nation’s Capital during a time of transition in Washington, D.C.
Dominique CurryLamont Hall, and Marcus Price are middle school or high school Teachers helping teenagers mature into young women and men.
Rickey BoldenJimmy Herndon, and Aeneas Williams are Church Pastors who lead services on Sundays and help heal their congregations throughout the week.
Vincent FullerBen Obomanu, and Mel Owens returned to law school and now are among the dozens of alumni who are practicing attorneys.
Dave AlexanderK. D. Dunn, and Chuck Faucette coach hundreds of high school athletes and help prepare them for college and beyond.
Ed NewmanMichael Scurlock, and Dwayne Woodruff are Judges on the bench ensuring that laws are followed.
Charlie BaumanJustin Forsette, and Blake Moore are responsible CEOs who also volunteer their time and energy outside the office.
Isaac AsiataErron Kinney, and Tony Wragge put their lives on the line each day serving in fire and police departments.
Dr. Mark AdickesDr. Steve Brooks, and Dr. Rob Zatechka are Physicians who always are on-call to assist patients in need.
Ted HendricksCurtis Martin, and Torrey Smith started their own non-profit foundations to improve the lives of young and old alike.
We thank all of you in our NFL Alumni family for serving as role models across the country.  Happy Holidays To All!

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