Glenn Parker is a former NFL offensive lineman and one of a few select players to have played in five Super Bowls. He retired after the 2001 season, shifting to be an analyst on the NFL Network's “Playbook” and the main college football analyst for the CBS College Sports Network's “The AFL on NBC. Now he’s transitioning again, and this time he’s bringing things full circle by becoming a coach and passing on the lessons he’s learned from his own coaches and mentors.
What Brett asks:
[01:59] Can you tell us about your early childhood?
[07:47] How did you find your confidence and self-awareness?
[13:13] How did that chip on your shoulder serve you or hold you back?
[18:01] How did you get into college football?
[24:51] What’s it like to be in the NFL?
[29:00] What was your first Super Bowl like?
[33:11] What was it that turned you into a leader of the locker room?
[42:13] What are you doing now?
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