NFL great Reggie Williams built a career on overcoming long odds and his retirement from football has been one major health challenge after another. But he’s still here, still fighting and gathering the strength for what may be his biggest challenge yet.
If you’ve already lost your parents, chances are you wish you’d spent more time with them. Yogi Roth never wanted to feel that way. Find out the bold adventure he decided to take with his father and how he’s launched a campaign to encourage the rest of us to spend time with the people we love.
Former NFL star and multiple humanitarian award winner Reggie Williams is waging a war to not only avoid amputation of his right leg but to do something he hasn’t done in over 10 years. He wants to run again. And not just anywhere.
The NFL may be the most popular sport in the country, but it’s no longer the only game in town. Did you know there’s a thriving nationwide women’s league? And no, this isn’t the Lingerie Bowl. This is hard-hitting, smashmouth tackle football.
Jeremy Bloom made his sports dreams come true — he’s a three-time World Champion skiier, two-time Olympian, college football All-American and retired NFL player. And now, he’s making lifelong wishes come true for those 80 and older. Find out why.
Like many men of his generation, Alan Moore left college — and his football dreams — behind to serve in the Vietnam War. He could have never imagined that at age 61, he’d not only return to college but to the field. Hear his incredible story.
Football great Fran Tarkenton’s life didn’t end when he retired from the game. He found the skills that made him a legend translated well to the business world.
You may not know the name but you probably recognize his face from his various TV and movie roles. But it’s what he did in his youth that you need to know about.
He’s come up with four leadership principles he thinks we can all live by, and rather than writing a run-of-the-mill how-to book, Harold “Bud” Boughton imagines how a dying father would teach his kids a final lesson.
Rather than regretting the mistakes of his youth for the rest of his life, 59-year-old Mike Flynt decided to suit up and earn his way back onto the college football team he was once booted off.