Packers Ahman Green Motivational Speaking

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Ahman Green is a former running back who played twelve seasons in the National Football League (NFL). He is the all-time leading rusher for the Green Bay Packers. He was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the 3rd round of the 1998 NFL Draft. He played college football at Nebraska.

Green was a standout running back and three year starter for the University of NebraskaCornhuskers. He was an integral component and key contributor on two national championship squads.

In 2000, Green was traded to the Green Bay Packers was selected to the NFL Pro Bowl every year from 2001 to 2004 and broke several franchise records. From the time he joined the Packers in 2000 up through the end of the 2004 season, Green gained more yards from scrimmage (9,036) and rushing yards (6,848) than any other NFL player. In 2003, he had his best year as a professional and set the Green Bay franchise record by running for 1,883 yards in the regular season. After the 2006 season he became a free agent.

In 2007, Green signed a four-year deal with the Houston Texans. He was reunited with his former head coach and former Texans’ assistant head coach Mike Sherman along with former Packers running back Samkon Gado. He was asked to handle the bulk of the load at running back after a 2006 season in which the Texans used a “running back by committee” approach, with a lot of success.

Ahman Green officially re-signed with the Green Bay Packers in late 2009. With his former number, 30, taken by fullback John Kuhn, Green chose to wear No. 34 in honor of former Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton. On November 8, 2009 Green broke Jim Taylor’s record to become the all time leading rusher in Packer history. He was a four-time Pro Bowl selection with the Packers. He officially retired in 2011.

When the proud parent of five isn’t relaxing with his family, he generously lends his support to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Boys And Girls Club and the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and Nebraska, just to name a few. He has also served as a mentor at Seahawks Academy in Seattle, providing special education and counseling to “at-risk” students. He founded The Ahman Green Foundation, a charity focusing on cancer research and youth development. When he retired from the NFL in August 2011, he closed the book on an impressive career that started in high school, where he earned all-American and Player of the Year honors, along with two Academic All-State awards. From the time he joined the Packers in 2000 through the end of the 2004 season, Green gained more yards from scrimmage (9,036) and more rushing yards (6,848) than any other NFL player. In 2003, he broke the Green Bay franchise record by rushing for 1,883 yards during the regular season. He made four consecutive Pro Bowl trips and became one of only two players in NFL history to have two touchdown runs of 90 yards or more. When he retired, Ahman Green had accomplished more than he could possibly have fathomed. He had achieved the dream: A record-breaking professional career, big-dollar contracts and lucrative endorsement deals. It would have been very easy for Green to use those accomplishments to settle into a life of leisure, outside the public eye, knowing that his future was well taken care of. But Green didn’t do that. Instead, he chose to become the type of person who practices what he preaches. For instance: Instead of simply telling children how important it was to get an education, Ahman Green returned to the place where it all began—the University of Nebraska—and completed his college education, earning a degree in geography. In addition to his degree work, he also took graduate level courses at The University of Green Bay. Now, he is a certified personal trainer who lives and promotes a healthy lifestyle; he was awarded a D1 sports training franchise (joining other D1 franchise owners such as Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow); he is part of the Green Bay Blizzard Football ownership group; he has volunteered as a coach/mentor at Oak Creek and De Pere high Schools, plus Southwest High School’s baseball team. He has built a long list of credits in television, including experience as a sideline analyst with the Big Ten Network, a panelist on the “Dancing With The Stars” wrap-up show on WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee, co-host of the Packers Locker Room Show and the Packers Pre-Game Show carried statewide on CBS affiliates, and regular interviews on local, regional and national radio.

 

 

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