I have always enjoyed fishing, and when I retired from the NFL in January I thought I would definitely be fishing more than I had. Unfortunately, that has not been the case. But last week I got a chance to do some fishing and I really enjoyed it. I fished with Hank Parker, a really […]
NFL owners are considering having more regular season games, and fewer pre-season games. What do you think of that proposal? Leave your comments below and let me know. And, in case you’re wondering, here’s what I think of adding more games to the regular season.
For the first time in more than 30 years, this off-season is really an off-season for me. While my friends, and fellow All Pro Dads, Mike Tomlin, Leslie Frazier and Clyde Christensen have the upcoming NFL season on their minds, my thoughts are now occupied with things besides training camp, free agents and pre-season games. […]
I may be a retired NFL coach, but I love pro basketball too. In fact, there are two, young NBA players who have really impressed me.
Whenever my children have a school holiday, we try to do something special together, something that will be fun for the whole family. This past weekend we took a visit to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. It turned out to be a fun and educational experience. The Aquarium is home to freshwater and saltwater fish and mammals […]
All Pro Dad is heading up to Georgia on June 20th for our Father & Kids Experience with University of Georgia Head Coach, Mark Richt. It’s great getting to know him.
Last week I spoke to a group of students at Durant High School, near Tampa. Durant’s basketball coach, Jeff Shotwell, hosts monthly workshops for his players and students where people come in and talk about what it takes to be successful. He wants to build his team into a group that thinks like winners; […]
Fathers play a critical role in our society. Here are some of my thoughts on the impact that fathers can have in the lives of their children.
I wanted to share with you an article I recently wrote for Sports Illustrated: As I was preparing to visit Michael Vick at the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kansas, earlier this month, I got a phone call from Ron Freeman. His son Josh is the Kansas State quarterback who was the first-round pick by the […]
Being retired has allowed me to spend more time with my family. It has also allowed me to spend more time supporting the charitable causes I care deeply about. Two of those causes are the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), and the American Diabetes Association (ADA). Every year I have done three FCA events […]