The Friday Five: Marty Mornhinweg

The Friday Five: Marty Mornhinweg
Marty Mornhinweg is a longtime NFL coach whose illustrious career has included stops as Head Coach with the Detroit Lions and Offensive Coordinator with the 49ers, Eagles, Jets, and Ravens. He most recently served as a Senior Offensive Assistant for the Philadelphia Eagles. We caught up with Marty for this week’s Friday Five… Who is […]

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The Friday Five: Nate Boyer

The Friday Five: Nate Boyer
Nate Boyer is a former Army Green Beret and NFL longsnapper who taught himself how to play football during his time overseas in the military. Though he never played football in high school, Boyer ultimately became the starting longsnapper for the University of Texas Longhorns after his time in the military and parlayed that into […]

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The Friday Five: Steve Caric

The Friday Five: Steve Caric
Steve Caric is an NFLPA certified Agent who is the President and Founder of Caric Sports Management. His clients over the years have included names such as Steven Jackson, Zach Ertz, and Austin Hooper to name a few. We caught up with Steve for this week’s Friday Five… Who is your biggest mentor? I’ll give […]

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The Friday Five: Eric Mangini

The Friday Five: Eric Mangini
Eric Mangini is a former NFL head coach for both the New York Jets and Cleveland Browns. He previously helped the New England Patriots win three Super Bowls as a defensive backs coach and defensive coordinator. He currently runs The Carmine & Frank Mangini Foundation, which teaches children the fundamentals of football. We caught up […]

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The Friday Five: Chuck Pagano

The Friday Five: Chuck Pagano
Chuck Pagano is a long-time NFL Coach, cancer survivor, and member of The 33rd Team. He was the Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts from 2012 to 2017 and led the team to multiple playoff appearances, including an AFC Championship showing. His ChuckStrong gala events have raised millions of dollars toward cancer research. We caught […]

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The Friday Five: Mike McCartney

The Friday Five: Mike McCartney
Mike McCartney is an NFLPA certified agent for Vayner Sports. He has previously worked as a scout for the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles after college coaching stints at the University of Colorado and University of North Carolina. We caught up with Mike for this week’s Friday Five… Who is your biggest mentor? Well, that’s […]

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The Friday Five: Bonnie Bernstein

The Friday Five: Bonnie Bernstein
Bonnie Bernstein is a veteran network sports journalist, media executive and entrepreneur. She is the Founder and CEO of Walk Swiftly Productions, her latest endeavor in a career that’s spanned nearly 20 years on-air at ESPN and CBS, where she’s covered the NFL and college football extensively as a sideline reporter, feature reporter and studio […]

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The Friday Five: Laveranues Coles

The Friday Five: Laveranues Coles
Laveranues Coles is a former Pro Bowl NFL Wide Receiver and current member of The 33rd Team. He played for the New York Jets, Washington Redskins and Cincinnati Bengals across his 11-year NFL career, accruing 674 catches for 8,609 yards and 49 touchdowns. We caught up with Laveranues for this week’s Friday Five… Who is […]

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The Friday Five: Dr. Jessica Flynn

The Friday Five: Dr. Jessica Flynn
Dr. Jessica Flynn is a sports medicine doctor and core member of The 33rd Team who provides injury insights for the Boston Sports Journal as well as her own publication, DocFlynn.com We caught up with Dr. Jess for this week’s Friday Five… Who is your biggest mentor? Dr. Jordan Metzl has really inspired me with […]

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The Friday Five: Randy Mueller

The Friday Five: Randy Mueller
Randy Mueller is a former NFL Executive of the Year and long-time executive who operated as Vice President of Football Operations with the Seattle Seahawks, General Manager of the New Orleans Saints, General Manager of the Miami Dolphins, and Senior Executive of Football Operations for the Los Angeles Chargers. He most recently worked as GM […]

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