Retirement


Face it: Transition is a fact of life – your life. Whether you’re willing to admit it or not – transition has been a part of your life in the past, is a part of your life now, and will be a part of your life in the future.When you went from high school to college and from college to the pros you experienced transition. If you are married, if you were traded or changed teams, if you bought a house – you experienced transitions that are a part of every player’s life.

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From the Palace to the Streets. Going from "on-field super star" to "NFL has-been" is brutal. No more autographs, applause, million-dollar contracts, front-page photos, and product endorsements. Retirement is more than the end of a job. It feels like death.

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Going from "on-field stardom" to "sideline has-been" is brutal. No more autographs, applause, million-dollar contracts, front-page photos, and product endorsements. Retirement is more than the end of a job – it feels like death.

For professional athletes facing transition of life after sports, the source of this transition may play an important role. For example, few professional athletes retire from the game on their own, most are forced to leave because of age, injury, or because intense competition forces them out via a coaches decision. How you leave the sport has a significant impact on how you cope with transition into life after your career.

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