Athletes Who Are Really Loving Retirement
These were all exceptional athletes on the field and on the court but now they are all retired and seem to loving the retired life. They may have retired from being athletes but they never retired from being stars.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - Doing the movie thing. It started with some cameos in a couple movies and has expanded to a couple other roles over the years
Nolan Ryan - As a front office executive for one of his former teams, the Rangers, he has proven to build the organization into one of the most feared in the major leagues.
Charles Barkley - Charles Barkley is one of the best personalities on television, offering his hilarious garb on TNT broadcasts to help entertain us.
Deion Sanders - Though the Hall of Fame DB may have grown up, he's still able to show some of those same traits as a co-host at the NFL Network, in addition to a number of endorsement deals that help him get paid quite nicely
Michael Strahan - OK, so he did have that flop of a show a couple years ago, but besides that awful decision, the big man is the host alongside Kelly Ripa every morning, gets his football fix on FOX's NFL Sunday's and is relied heavily on by the league for numerous events.
Mike Tyson - I'm sure Tyson would much rather be pummeling someone, but the acting role seems to be a better fit for him
Michael Jordan - Let's see here, he's engaged to a model who's 16 years younger than him, still owns his own division of Nike (Jordan Brand) and, oh yeah, is the majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats.
John Elway - The Former Broncos QB John Elway has earned quite the reputation as a front office leader thanks to his aggressive moves over the past several years as Denver's Executive VP of Football Operations.
Magic Johnson - He's is one of the best point guards in NBA history. He Has become a business mogul thanks to numerous opportunities he's started. And He's purchased an ownership stake with the L.A. Dodgers.
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