By Jay Foreman
Jay Foreman’s complete existence revolved round football—from the instant he used to be born to an NFL nice to the day he retired from his personal specialist soccer occupation. In among, his many successes have been paired with a few tough classes. His sincere glance again unearths the price of being a champion.
In this in-depth own memoir, Jay explores his soccer profession and the way it replaced him, describing his special youth and his existence ahead of, in the course of, and after his time within the NFL. He used to be prepared for many of the challenges—but others knocked this entire linebacker thoroughly off his feet.
With his father’s legacy at his again, Jay proved himself as a Nebraska Cornhusker, the place he used to be a beginning member of the 1995 and 1997 championship groups. He went directly to play with the newly confirmed Houston Texans within the NFL, however the addictive professional-athlete way of life quickly took its toll. He may get something he sought after, and this replaced him—and it replaced the folks round him.
Today, Jay specializes in nonprofit paintings in Lincoln, Nebraska, the place he has validated the Foreman starting place. His uncooked and genuine existence tale deals an illuminating glimpse into the joys—and perils—celebrity prestige affords.
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