Ron Jaworski

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Ron Jaworski is an NFL analyst on ESPN and a former NFL quarterback. He also owns a successful golf management business that operates in southern New Jersey, northeast Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Jaworski is known for leading the 1980 Eagles to an NFC Championship and the franchise’s first Super Bowl appearance.

In addition to leading the Eagles to their first Super Bowl appearance in 1980, Jaworski was named the NFL MVP and UPI “NFL Player of the Year.” In addition to these honors, he was also bestowed the Bert Bell Award, the Maxwell Football Club’s Professional Player of the Year award, and the Professional Athlete of the Year award sponsored by Dunlop Rubber. In 1985, Jaworski tied an NFL record with a 99-yard overtime touchdown pass in a game against the Atlanta Falcons. He also held the previous record for most consecutive starts for a quarterback, and his 170 touchdowns in a regular season was a previous franchise record for the Eagles. During his 1985 season, Jaworski received the Ed Block Courage Award, which is given to players who display inspiration, sportsmanship, and courage.

While Sports Speaker Jaworski was still an NFL player with the Rams, he became a sports director on a morning show in Orange County, California. He eventually became well-known for his role as a color commentator on ESPN’s Monday Night Football broadcasts. Since 2012, Jaworski has served as an NFL analyst on other programs. In addition to his broadcasting career, Jaworski is a part owner and team president for the Arena Football League’s Philadelphia Soul, as well a primary investor and advisor for the Elite Football League of India. Jaworski also owns a Golf Management business and two golf courses in New Jersey.

Jaworski is an active participant in philanthropy, hosting an annual Celebrity Golf Challenge which raises money for various youth organizations. In addition, he runs a foundation called the Jaws Youth Playbook, which is dedicated to improving the health and wellness of children in the Philadelphia area. In 1998, Jaworski received the Volunteer Leadership Award from the United Way, which is the highest award presented by this organization. In 2010 Jaworski published a book entitled The Games That Changed the Game. This book discusses seven games in NFL history which profoundly influenced the strategies used by NFL teams in future games.