Ron Jaworski

Ron Jaworski

Former NFL Quarterback
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The Game Changer: Lessons From Ron “Jaws” Jaworski
When it comes to teamwork—and football—the best defense is a good offense. If you want to protect your brand like an NFL offensive line protects its quarterback, you’ll definitely want to hear from Ron “Jaws” Jaworski. After a distinguished 17-year career as an NFL quarterback, Jaws took his leadership skills from the gridiron to the boardroom as the owner of a professional sports team, a business relationship company and five golf courses. He’s also the author of “The Games That Changed the Game,” which highlights seven games in NFL history that changed the strategies and tactics used in NFL football. Learn what strategies and tactics you can put in place to tackle your companies challenges.

Why Book Ron Jaworski?

  • He seamlessly connects the leadership skills and teamwork ethic he learned as a quaterback to the business world.

  • He is a popular and knowledgeable sports analysts shows how discipline and hard work bring success whether on the field or in the boardroom.

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    After a 17 year career as standout NFL quarterback, Ron Jaworski is one of the most popular and knowledgeable analysts covering the NFL today. His multifaceted roles include appearances on Sunday NFL Countdown, Monday Night Countdown, NFL Matchup, NFL-branded specials, Mike & Mike in the Morning, Pardon the Interruption, as well as other platforms and shows. Before switching to his current multiplatform analyst role with ESPN, Ron spent five seasons in the booth with Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden as the color commentator for Monday Night Football. Jaworski can breakdown a game and explain the finer points like few analysts can.

    A native of Lackawanna, N.Y. (outside of Buffalo), Jaworski attended Youngstown State University where he played in the Senior Bowl and the Ohio Shrine Bowl. He was the second-round draft choice of the Los Angeles Rams in 1973. A prep baseball standout, Jaworski was also drafted out of high school by the St. Louis Cardinals. 

    Jaworski played 17 NFL seasons as quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams (1973-76), Philadelphia Eagles (1977-86), Miami Dolphins (1987-88) and Kansas City Chiefs (1989). His finest year came in 1980 when he led the Eagles to Super Bowl XV – the first in franchise history, and he was the NFC’s top-rated passer, selected to the Pro Bowl, and named NFL MVP and NFC Player of the Year by UPI. He also holds several career Eagles passing records, including yardage (27,000 yards) and touchdowns (175). 

    It was during his NFL playing days when Jaworski adopted his popular nickname “Jaws” from then next-door neighbor Doug Collins, the Philadelphia 76ers all star guard and future NBA coach and television analyst. 

    The president and minority owner of the Arena Bowl XXII champion Philadelphia Soul of the AFL, Jaworski remains actively involved in his community through charitable activities and a variety of business ventures, which includes managing three 18-hole golf courses and overseeing the oldest football club in America – the Maxwell Football Club of Philadelphia, of which he is the president. Jaworski sits on the board of PNC Bank, and, through his annual golf tournament, he has raised nearly $2 million for the Jaws Youth Fund, a partnership with the United Way that raises money for at-risk youth. 

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