Every February, the Super Bowl brings the world to a grinding halt for what is widely considered to be the biggest sporting event of the year. The build up, the commercials, the game winning plays, you just can’t get enough! There are many special events that take place in the months leading up to and after the big game and Sports Speakers Bureau wants to help you hire NFL motivational speakers to score big at your event! Below is a list of the top 10 trending NFL legends who are available for keynote speaking engagements and personal appearances heading into 2017:
Peyton Manning: The Sheriff rode off into the sunset of retirement as a Super Bowl champion last year and cemented his legacy as one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. Peyton has had a busy 2016 after appearing in commercials for several industry-leading brands and serving as a highly sought after sports keynote speaker for business conferences, sports award ceremonies and corporate events. Peyton’s schedule is quickly filling up for 2017 so contact us today to secure your event with this future Hall of Famer!
Jerry Rice: This 3-Time Super Bowl champ set records in almost every statistical category for wide receivers during his 20-year career in the NFL. Jerry is remembered for his meticulous preparation and work ethic throughout his playing career that made him all but unstoppable on the field for opposing teams. As a motivational sports speaker for events and sports ceremonies, Jerry instills that same drive in the audience to take the necessary steps to build on their skills and achieve and exceed their goals.
Joe Namath: Joe’s style on and off the field speaks for itself but his impressive play to back it up is what truly makes him one of the most iconic stars the NFL has ever seen. His Super Bowl III victory over the Baltimore Colts after guaranteeing the win before the game helped turn the Super Bowl into a national spectacle. He is an undeniable star who draws a crowd at any special event he attends. If you’re looking to hire NFL motivational speakers with serious celebrity clout, hire Hall of Famer Joe Namath!
Warren Moon: The Super Bowl is in Houston this year so it’s only right we highlight the great Houston Oiler Warren Moon. Warren silenced the doubters and led the Oilers to 7 straight postseason appearances after going undrafted in the NFL Draft and throwing his way to several record-setting seasons in the CFL. Not only was he the first African-American quarterback drafted into the NFL Hall of Fame, he’s also the first undrafted quarterback ever to receive the honor. His life lessons in hard work and determination serves as a great inspiration for audiences at sports ceremonies and other special events.
Emmitt Smith: Emmitt, Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin and the Dallas Cowboys ruled the NFL during the 1990’s. They won 3 Super Bowl titles and Emmitt ran his way into the Hall of Fame. Now a successful entrepreneur and real estate mogul, this former NFL running back is a top choice for organizations looking to hire NFL motivational speakers for corporate conferences and special events. He touches on lessons he has learned during his playing days as well as what it takes to be successful in business away from the field.
Joe Montana: Jerry Rice was on the receiving end of many a touchdown pass from this man Joe Montana during their years together in San Francisco. Joe was a prolific quarterback in his day, guiding the 49ers to many dominant victories and 4 Super Bowl titles. He was cool, calm and collected under pressure and knew how to deliver in clutch moments for his team. Hire Joe Montana to headline your event if your audience is in need of some pro tips on handling pressure, peak performance, and repeatable success.
Lynn Swann: Pittsburgh Steelers great Lynn Swann is currently the athletic director at his alma mater, the University of Southern California. His most memorable career moment came in Super Bowl X when he hauled in a miraculous grab that is now replayed on every Super Bowl highlight reel known to man. He went on to appear as a broadcaster for ABC Sports for 30 years and worked on the board of directors for Hershey Entertainment & Resorts, Wyndham International and the H J Heinz company. Lynn’s stories from the gridiron and the world of business make for an especially unique keynote speech at special events.
Terrell Davis: You want toughness? You want dedication? How about playing through a migraine to win the Super Bowl and the MVP? Such was the case for Denver Broncos running back Terrell Davis when he scored 3 touchdowns to help bring home the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl XXXII. Terrell was one of the honorary captains for the Broncos this year when they played the Panthers in Super Bowl 50. Nowadays you can also catch him as a featured analyst on NFL Network when he’s not traveling the country for personal appearances.
Kurt Warner: Kurt’s stunning rise from the arena league to lead the Rams to a Super Bowl title in his first year as the team’s starter is the stuff of legend. A humble star, Warner went undrafted after college and stocked shelves at a grocery store before making it in the arena football league and eventually the NFL. His rags-to-riches story serves as a reminder to audiences that with hard work, self-belief, and the drive to succeed, you can achieve even the loftiest of goals you have set for yourself.
Phil Simms: Former NFL quarterback turned CBS lead commentator Phil Simms spent his entire 14-year NFL career with the New York Giants. He led the team to their first Super Bowl victory in franchise history and also brought home the MVP award in Super Bowl XXI. Phil’s current gig calling NFL games for CBS has led to increased visibility in the sports world and he has become a familiar voice on Sundays for fans around the country. Phil makes a great event host or keynote speaker for organizations looking ot hire NFL motivational speakers who will be familiar to their audience.
If you would like to hire NFL motivational speakers to appear at your upcoming event, contact Sports Speakers Bureau today via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (212) 410-4243.