NFL Retired Player News – March 2014

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 March 2014 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.

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

PLAYER CURRENT CAREER POSITION (LOCATION)
LB Doug Allen Professor, School of Labor Studies & Employment Relations, Penn State University (PA)
WR Brian Baschnagel Manager of Marketing Services, North American Corporation of Illinois (IL)
QB Jeff Brohm Head Coach, Western Kentucky University (KY)
QB Jake Delhomme Co-Owner, Set-Hut Thoroughbred Stables (LA); President, Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association (LA)
S Pat Eilers Managing Director, Madison Dearborn Partners, LLC (IL)
DE Paul Frase President, Board of Directors, Joshua Frase Foundation (FL)
LB Antonio Goss Assistant Coach, Furman University (SC)
DE Jacob Green Associate Vice President of Major Gifts, Texas A&M University 12th Man Foundation (TX)
S Van Malone Assistant Coach, Oklahoma State University (OK)
QB Cade McNown Vice President, Lourd Capital Management (CA)
C Ken Mendenhall Area Director, Search Ministries (OK)
QB Rick Mirer Founder/Owner, Mirror Wine Company (CA)
QB Neil O’Donnell Regional Sales Representative, FieldTurf (NJ)
LB Antonio Pierce Co-Owner, Englewood Cadillac (NJ)
DT Tracy Rocker Assistant Coach, University of Georgia (GA)
LB Randy Scott Principal – Fellers, Schere, Scott & Robers, Inc. (GA)
RB Emmitt Smith President/CEO, Emmitt Smith Enterprises (TX)
QB B.J. Symons Broker, J.P. Morgan Securities (TX)
QB Casey Weldon Owner, Advanced Drying Services (FL); Vice President, Allstate Construction (FL)
LB Dennis Winston Assistant Coach, Eastern Illinois University (IL)

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