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Rashad Jennings’ Improbable Journey from 5th String Running Back to NFL Star and Dancing with the Stars Winner

Are you fighting through adversity in route to your goals? Learn how Rashad Jennings went from being an overweight asthmatic high school fifth string running back to a starting NFL running back for the New York Giants, a Dancing with the Stars winner and now a best-selling author.

BOOK – The IF in Life: How to Get Off Life’s Sidelines and Become Your Best Self – Rashad Jennings – (Former American football running back. He was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He also played for the Oakland Raiders and the New York Giants)

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Find Out Which Mirrorball Champ Will Be a Guest Judge on DWTS: Athletes…

Dancing with the Stars winner Rashad Jennings is returning to the ABC reality series for the all-athletes season — but this time, as a judge!

The former NFL running back, who won season 24 of the show with his dancing pro partner Emma Slater, will appear as a guest judge on the May 7 episode.

“[I’m] super excited about the DWTS: Athletes Season!” Jennings, 33, tells PEOPLE exclusively. “I get to be back in the ballroom and see things from a safer perspective! Glad I don’t have to worry about pointing my toes or…

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Newly retired NFL RB Rashad Jennings wants to star in next…

Rashad Jennings, after eight seasons in the NFL, announced on Friday that he was officially retiring after spending the 2017 season as an unsigned free agent.

He has a lot of plans, he told For The Win, some of which he began in the past few months: Foundation work, getting more politically active, spending more time traveling for fun.

And then, there’s his surprising passion for something that might not be something often spoken about in an NFL locker room: Rom coms. “I have a strong desire to get into romantic films and do a movie like Hitch,” he said, referencing the 2005 Will Smith…

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