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With help from former Giants teammate ...
With help from former Giants teammate Charles Way, Williams was hired in 2009 as a defensive assistant at William Paterson University, a Division III school about a 20-minute drive from MetLife Stadium.
Flora hired Williams, with an assist from Way, who was then the Giants' director of player development, and is now the head of the NFL's Player Engagement Department.
and Flora ran football camps together and became friends.
"I knew that he
was looking for coaches, and said, 'Would you be willing to offer some of our guys an opportunity to get their feet wet in coaching?'" Way
"(Way) helped me get this job here, and I try to do my best with it and run with it."
I got a call from Charles Way
Charles Way, the ...
Charles Way, the NFL's vice president of player engagement, told USA TODAY Sports that in addition to the message of the book that can be amplified on at the symposium, Buchanon exemplifies how players can use resources offered by the NFL and the NFL Players Association - which too few players take advantage of - to maximize their financial platforms.
"You can never stop learning," said Way, a former NFL running back.
Said Charles Way, the ...
Said Charles Way, the NFL's vice president of Player Engagement: "Programs like the Personal Finance Camp provide our players and their families with the resources, skills and support to achieve success in all aspects of their lives.
"It's not about football," said ...
"It's not about football," said Charles Way, the NFL's Vice President of Player Engagement.
describes the talent pool in the Prep Academy
as the "best of the best.
and Garry Cobb were interviewed by Alex Marvez and co-host Gil Brandt on SiriusXM NFL Radio
"Working with the Pro Football Hall ...
"Working with the Pro Football Hall of Fame and The Wharton School, we are pleased to host the first NFL Prep Academy to educate, inspire and empower football's next generation of leaders," said Charles Way, vice president of NFL Player Engagement.
"We are so pleased to work with Charles Way and the NFL Prep Academy and bring the nation's top football prospects for this inspirational program of leadership, character and integrity," said David Baker, president & executive director of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.