With Super Bowl LIII just days away, millions of fans are placing bets on their favorite players — including us at Eagles Talent!
Here’s an inside look at the top 8 players in the speaking industry who know how to win on and off the field.
Career Recap: Emmitt Smith played 15 seasons in the NFL with a cumulative 18,355 yards in his career. Smith was also able to take home 3 Super Bowl wins with the Dallas Cowboys in 1992, 1993, and 1995.
Career Recap: Cris Carter made NFL history with 16 consecutive seasons also becoming the second player in NFL history to catch 1,000 passes.
Career Recap: Jerome Bettis played 13 seasons in the NFL ending his career with a Super Bowl win in 2006. Bettis was also awarded 5th best running back in the NFL in overall rushing with 13,662 yards.
Career Recap: With only 3 NFL seasons, Vince Papale left a huge impact on the game as the oldest rookie in NFL history; starting his football career at 30 years old.
Career Recap: Matt Mayberry was signed to the Chicago Bears in 2010. After suffering a career-ending injury, he became a top-rated speaker–sharing personal stories of overcoming adversity to inspire audiences.
Career Recap: Alan Veingrad played 6 NFL season’s total, claiming a Super Bowl win with the Dallas Cowboys in 1993. Veingrad also won the NFL rushing title in 1991 while playing with the Packers.
Career Recap: Tom Flick played for 5 different NFL teams but is most known for his time with the Washington Redskins in 1981. Tom played 5 NFL seasons total finishing his football career in 1987.
Career Recap: Brian Holloway played for 8 NFL seasons total, two of his seasons as Offensive Tackle for the Los Angeles Raiders in 1987 and 1988–although he is most well known for his time with the Patriots from 1981 to 1986.
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