New York Jets large receiver Quincy Enunwa is functioning tricky through the NFL offseason to system for his profession after the gridiron. He teamed with the Connor Team on a new initiative that offers occupational mentorships to latest and previous players.
“For me, I want to make guaranteed that I know what I’m going to do just after I’m performed playing soccer,” Enunwa said to FOX Business’ Stuart Varney on Wednesday, “It truly is fantastic to kind of dive into items ideal now just to get bit of a history so that when I’m performed, I can bounce ideal in.”
“Thinking about what the transition is, post NFL, is crucial,” added Connor Team running associate Jim Neeson who was also component of the job interview.
Neeson said his final purpose is to expose retiring players to the rising area of technology.
And though Enunwa just signed a agreement extension with “Gang Green” he’s concentrated on retirement.
“I’ve acquired a little additional playing place,” he said. “But my principal concentrate is additional so what I want to do just after soccer — I do not want to be bored on the sofa just after I’m performed.”