Addiction Talk Episode 5: Past & Present NFL Players (Matthew Slater, Patrick Venzke, Beasley Reece, Derek Price)
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- Interviewer: Joy Sutton
- Matthew Slater: a special teamer for the New England Patriots and a three-time Super Bowl champion. Slater is one of the team’s most active community participants and regularly takes part in the team’s organized community events.
- Patrick Venzke: a former player for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts, Philadelphia Eagles and is the first German citizen to play in the NFL. After retiring in 2011, Patrick has had a successful career in real estate and is the current NFL Alumni President for the Jacksonville chapter of the NFL Alumni Association.
- Beasley Reece: CEO of the NFL Alumni Association, is a former defensive back for the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He has since had a career in broadcasting as a sports anchor, director and network analyst for NFL games for NBC and CBS. He has held the position of CEO for the NFLA since 2018.
- Derek Price: The CEO of Desert Hope Treatment Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, and a former tight end for the Detroit Lions. After two seasons with the team, he suffered a career-ending neck injury that forced his retirement, at which time he began a career in healthcare. In the past 20 years, Price has owned and operated more than a dozen multidisciplinary clinics and served as a business consultant showing healthcare companies how to operate more efficiently.
- Features: Boston Herald, Official Website of the New England Patriots, and Treatment Magazine.
- Duration: 53:17
- Previous Episode: Addiction Talk Episode 4: Tawny Lara
- Next Episode: Addiction Talk Episode 6: Army & Navy Veterans
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