Welcome to The Post Game, a podcast about the game after the game. On each episode, Kent State standout and the host of the program, Trevor Huffman, speaks with a former pro athlete about life after sports, transitioning to new careers and the stories of what happens after the lights go out. This week, Trevor speaks with former Kansas City Chiefs kicker Nick Lowery.
Lowery spent 18 years in the NFL, with stops in New York, New England, and eventually, Kansas City, where he spent 14 years, made three Pro Bowls, and was eventually inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame. After retiring, Lowery went on to become the first pro athlete to graduate from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, before serving as a White House staffer.
Lowery joined the program to discuss serving in the White House, his charity work combatting bullying and homelessness, and life beyond football.
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- Gene Collier: How Mike Webster memories still motivate ex-Chief Nick Lowery
- The Chiefs have had a long, tortured journey from Nick Lowery to Harrison Butker
- State Your Case: Why Lowery is worthy of HOF debate
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- Brian Windhorst on Kent State and His First Gig
- Troy Brown on Tom Brady, Bill Parcells, and Being Cut
- Brian Bickell on Battling MS
- Clint Malarchuk on His Infamous Injury and His Suicide Attempt
- Ben Curtis on Finally Saying Goodbye to Golf
- Beasley Reece on the Time Roger Staubach Got Sucker Punched
- Julie Heldman on Billie Jean King and Bipolar Disorder
- Brent Sopel on Taking the Cup to Pride and Battling Dyslexia
- Georges Laraque on Veganism and Entrepreneurship
- Todd Stottlemyre on His Dad and the Windbreaker Slide