Former Green Bay Packers coach Mike Sherman headed back to Wisconsin on March 14 to deliver a keynote speech for the A Day For Men event, which promoted talks of inspiration for education, prayer, and their community among the locals. Sherman was pleased to return to the Green Bay area, as he stated that it was good to see a lot of his friends and people that he used to know well when he lived there. He gave a talk about how he lives a life of faith and hopefully inspired the audience to find more things in their lives so that they could be fulfilled as well. The former coach also managed to touch base with many acquaintances from his days with the Packers, which he spoke about during his talk as well.
After being a part of several different football teams over the 35 years in his career, Sherman retired with a lot of experience in the sports world under his belt. He started out as a defensive end and offensive tackle player for Central Connecticut State and stayed with the team from 1974-1977. As soon as he left in 1978 he went on to coach a high school team before entering the collegiate and professional football fields. Sherman has worked for several franchises in addition to the Packers such as the Seattle Seahawks, Houston Texans, and the Miami Dolphins.
The A Day For Men function was back on familiar turf for Sherman in the Green Bay area and was attended by men of all ages for some insight and inspiration from a man who got to mingle with some of the best athletes in the world.
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