Chad Pennington played for the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins during his 11-year NFL career. He is the only player in league history to win the AP NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award twice. Pennington currently serves as the Co-Executive Director of the NFL Legends Community and Director of Football at the Sayre School in Lexington, Kentucky.
Michael Robinson played for the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks during his eight-year NFL career. He was a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection at Penn State and was a member of the Super Bowl XLVIII-winning Seattle Seahawks. Robinson founded the charity Excel to Excellence and currently works as an analyst for NFL Network.
Bobby Taylor played for the Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks during his 10-year NFL career. He is a member of the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame. Taylor hosts The Fun Camp (Fundamentals of Football) in Houston for thousands of kids. He is an official NFL FLAG league operator in Longview, George Ranch, Missouri City, and San Antonio.
Two-time Super Bowl champion Torrey Smith played eight seasons at wide receiver in the NFL. He was a three-time nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, the NFL’s most prestigious honor. Smith and his wife Chanel founded the LEVEL82 nonprofit, which provides academic support, athletic and enrichment activities, mental health resources, and social services to Baltimore County families. Smith coaches young players through the LEVEL82 Student Athlete Academy, youth 7-on-7 football, and as the Under Armour All America Game WRs coach.
LeCharles Bentley played for the New Orleans Saints and the Cleveland Browns during his 6-year NFL career. Bentley is a 2x Pro Bowler and was named to the All-Rookie Team in 2002. He attended Ohio State University, where he was an All-American and named Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year. Bentley currently runs L.Bentley O-line Performance (OLP).
Donald Jones played for the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots during his 4-year NFL career. He majored in broadcasting in college and was a co-host of a daily talk show sponsored by the Buffalo Bills. Donald also participated in the Legends Development Fellowship at the NFL office.
Tarik Glenn was drafted in the first round of the 1997 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts. He would play for the Colts the entirety of his 10-year NFL career. Tarik would be name to the Pro Bowl three straight years. He is a Super Bowl XLI champion and a member of the Colts Ring of Honor.
London Fletcher played for the St. Louis Rams, the Buffalo Bills, and the Washington franchise during his 16-year NFL career. London is a 4x Pro Bowler and 2x Second team All-Pro. He is also a Super Bowl XXXIV champion, a Bart Starr Award winner, and is in the Washington Commanders Ring of Honor.
Nick Hardwick was drafted by the San Diego Chargers and he would play there for 11 seasons. He attended Purdue where he would earn all-Big Ten honors. He was selected to the Pro Bowl in the 2006 season. Nick was named to the San Diego Chargers 50th Anniversary Team.