NFL Retired Player News – December 2013

The NFL League Office stays in regular contact with its former players, passing along vital information via email each month about benefits and services available to them & their families as well as alerting them to where other members of the player alumni community are currently living and working.

The December 2013 edition of NFL Retired Player News included a list of 20 player alumni who have gone on to successful careers on and off the field, with positions ranging from state supreme court justice to CEO to high school/college coach.

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

WR Danny Abramowicz President/Founder, Crossing the Goal Ministries (IL)
LB Jessie Armstead Owner, All Star Motors LLC (NJ)
WR Wayne Chrebet Assistant Vice President, Barclays (NY)
DT Don Davey Sr. Portfolio Manager, Disciplined Equity Management, Inc. (FL)
T Doug Dieken Partner, Jackson, Dieken & Associates (OH)
TE Dr. John Frank Hair Restoration Surgeon, Anapelli Hair Clinic (NY)
LB Earl Holmes Head Football Coach, Florida A&M (FL)
C Bob Johnson Owner/CEO, Choice Brands Adhesives (OH)
LB Cato June Head Coach, Anacostia HS (D.C.)
RB Pete Larson Executive VP of Tenant Advisory Services, Transwestern (D.C.)
T Phil Livingston CEO, LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell (NJ)
LB Woodrow Lowe Head Coach, Central-Phenix HS (AL)
LB Drew Mahalic CEO, Oregon Sports Authority (OR)
DB Jeff Nixon Youth Employment Director, City of Buffalo (NY)
DT Alan Page Associate Justice, Minnesota Supreme Court (MN)
T Cody Risien Project Manager, Austin Commercial (TX)
QB Steve Spurrier Head Coach, University of South Carolina (SC)
TE Ben Steele Tight Ends Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, UC Davis (CA)
DB Jimmy Stewart Mental Health Counselor (NC)
G Mike Utley Founder, Mike Utley Foundation (MI)

Cody RisienCaption: T Cody Risien, who played his entire 11-year NFL career in Cleveland, is now project manager at Austin Commercial, one of the largest diversified builders in the USA.

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