He came into the league as a brash young shutdown corner and left as a veteran leader and elder statesman. One of the NFL’s most interesting players on the state of the game, aging in the NFL, why veterans don’t age like they used to, playing on the Michael Vick Falcons, player safety for his football-loving kids, and his retirement plans: basically, do it all
How does Jeff Triplette feel about going out on a controversial officiating game (the Chiefs-Titans wild-card game)? As a veteran (Triplette earned a Bronze Star in the Gulf War), what were his thoughts on the protests during the national anthem? The now-retired NFL official reflects on his refereeing career.
Danny Woodhead made a name for himself in the NFL by being the everyman's player, the underdog, the undrafted 5' 8" running back, full of grit. As he announces his retirement, he looks back on all that and reflects on what's to come.