Monthly Archives: October 2013

Adjusting to Life After the NFL

I tend to try to stay away from controversial topics on the NFL. My love is for the game on the field and between the lines. I choose not to participate in the drama that is enhanced and fluffed by … Continue reading

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The Root of the NFL’s Attendance Problem

After spending a season in Tampa working for the Buccaneers and now being on the outside of the NFL again, I’ve really had some great perspective through the past few years. It’s unique and I’ve learned a lot from it. … Continue reading

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The Most Obvious Secret in the NFL

It may be the most famous analogy about team building in NFL history. When asked about why he was leaving the New England Patriots, Head Coach Bill Parcells infamously stated: “They want you to cook the dinner, at least they … Continue reading

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