From the Football Field to Foodservice, These Former NFL Players Now Own Restaurants
While many athletes dedicate their careers to the sport, some find other interests worth pursuing after their time on the field has come to an end. A common post-career passion for athletes is food, which should come as no surprise, since diet plays a vital role in preparation for game day. This interest in food has often led to retired players opening their own restaurants. The trend is seen across all different sports, but it appears football players are the most invested in the food business.
Andy Nelson, who played defensive backfield for the Baltimore Colts during the 1960s, is now known for his famous Maryland BBQ pit. The restaurant is full of football memorabilia and received a certificate of excellence in 2018 from TripAdvisor for...
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