By Ross Jones, FOXSports.com
Life after football is usually a not-so-easy transition for former players. Veterans lose the structure of a locker room and can think they lack a sense of purpose.
Well, fortunately for former NFL quarterback Drew Bledsoe, he never had to deal with such adversity. In fact, his post-football career is almost as decorated as his NFL career as he owns a winery, private investment firm, a coffee roasting company and the Drew Bledsoe Foundatino, which helps parents learn essential skills to creat a loving home for their children.
Bledsoe, who led the Patriots to the Super Bowl in 1996, is giving back in possibly the best way he can by coaching football in its most pure form at the high school level. Keep Reading…