Kevin’s NFL Career
Kevin was drafted in the 7th round by the Miami Dolphins in 1973. Later that year, he returned to his Wilmington, DE home and joined the Philadelphia Eagles serving as captain of the squad’s special teams for two seasons before ending his career with the New England Patriots.
Kevin is now a broadcaster on the Philadelphia Eagles Network.
Shortly after beginning his NFL career, Kevin was diagnosed with a rare scar tissue tumor. To halt the spread of cancer, his left arm and part of his left shoulder were amputated. After surgery, Kevin worked hard at rehabilitation to overcome the limitations the experts said he would have.
Kevin speaks from the heart and uses his own life as a lesson on how all of us can prevail from bad luck, adversity and pain to find the very best in ourselves.
His ability to motivate any kind of group – from school kids to employees of Fortune 500 companies – is enhanced by his gift of tackling an audience and not letting go.