Saturday, August 22, 2009

Former NFL coach continues to help others after retirement

It has been six month since Tony Dungy retired from his NFL career, but it is still too early for him to leave football world.

Dungy proved that his passion and vigor for football never faded by accepting a bigger challenge than winning games and rings-to help others. His tasks range from mentor Michael Vick after he was released from jail to advising high school athletes through an instructional movie. As a former football player in nfl jersey and coach of the league, his experience and distinction in football have made him a trustable mentor and friend to those who need help and advices for athlete career.

“It’s a chance for me to not necessarily just speak to 23 to 35-year-old football players,” Dungy said from his Florida home. “I talked at the Northwestern Mutual annual meeting and have spoken to junior high kids. It’s been exciting and the Vick thing has taken on a life of its own.”

The famous Vick case just proved that he was really the very person to take the mission. And now Dungy still enjoys the fast-paced life of football world and has been so busy that he turned down an appointment to President Barack Obama’s faith-based advisory council.

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