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Addiction and pro athletes, also an NFL wife from the 50's and 60's.

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For our very first episode we will be joined by Randy Grimes, Baylor and 9 years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

 "A former professional football player with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Randy Grimes had spent many years battling an addiction to painkillers that he had developed while trying to treat career-related injuries. He now uses his inspiring story of recovery to help victims of drug and alcohol abuse through his work as an interventionist at Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches. Randy has been an exemplary ambassador for BHOPB and is a quality example of the power of professional treatment. He has helped numerous families find balance and peace of mind by getting their addicted loved ones the help they need for their drug and alcohol addiction."

Also, Jo Bielski, wife of Dick Bielski, University of Maryland, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Colts, joins us to share a version of what being an NFL football player's wife was like in the 1950's and 60's.

To say it's nothing like the lifestyles of today's players would be an understatement....if you really love football and you appreciate and respect the "men who built the game" we all love.....you have to hear this!

Due to the nature of this "start up" blog talk radio episode series, we are not taking calls at this time, but you are welcome to call the number above and listen in or download the episdoe or listen here, live or recorded.  

  

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