NFL Retired Player News – June 2013

The NFL stays in regular contact with its former players, passing along vital information via email each month about benefits and services available to them and their families as well as other notes of interest.

The June 2013 edition of NFL Retired Player News included list of 20 player alumni who have gone on to successful careers on and off the field, with positions ranging from police officer to real estate broker to high school/college coach.

To read the full text of the NFL’s recent letter to former players, please click here.

ALUMNI BUSY AND SUCCESSFUL IN POST-PLAYING CAREERS

PLAYER CURRENT CAREER POSITION (LOCATION)
WR Taz Anderson Chairman, Taz Anderson Realty Company (GA)
T Tom Andrews  Senior Director of Development, Papa John’s (KY)
G Edwin Bailey Operations Director, AMIkids (GA)
TE Marv Cook Head Coach, Regina High School (IA)
QB Vince Ferragamo Owner/Broker, Touchdown Real Estate (CA)
S David Fulcher Head Coach, Cincinnati Christian School (OH)
WR Ernest Givins Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator, Gibbs High School (FL)
C Aaron Graham Owner/Broker, Land Pros Realty (NE)
DE Jim Jeffcoat Assistant Coach, University Of Colorado
S Todd Johnson Head Coach, Riverview High School (FL)
TE Brent Jones Managing Director, Northgate (CA)
LB Robert Jones President, Get It Clean, Inc. (TX)
WR Justin McCareins Police Officer, Coral Springs Police Department (FL)
C Andy McCollum Financial Advisor, Resource One Advisors (MO)
DE Pellom McDaniels African American Collections Curator, Emory U. Archives (GA)
S Mike Minter Head Football Coach, Campbell University (NC)
P Chris Mohr VP of Sales & Product Development, Nviroclean (NC)
TE Emery Moorehead Director of North Shore Barrington Board of Realtors (IL)
RB Timmy Newsome Founder, Newtec Business Solutions (TX)
LB Stan White Head Coach, Gilman School (MD)
 Phil Simms, Jim Jeffcoat
Jim Jeffcoat, who played defensive end for the Cowboys and Bills during his 15-year NFL career, now serves as defensive line coach for the University of Colorado. He won two Super Bowl rings with Dallas (XXVII, XXVIII).

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