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Ben Utecht AgentFormer NFL tight end for the Indianapolis Colts Ben Utecht was named the keynote speaker for the 2015 Men’s Night Out which is hosted by Tri-County Health Care on April 13. The event will be free to men of all ages and there will be no charge for lab testing and screenings for cholesterol, PSA, body fat, blood pressure, and glucose which goes from 5:00 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. Then around 7 p.m., there will be a group of Tri-Care professionals that will do a Q&A with the audience before Utecht takes the stage at 8 p.m. for his presentation titled, “The Mind That Matters.” This talk will be focusing on asking the guests to think about how they would live their lives if they knew that they would eventually lose their memory, which is what happened to Utecht in his final days as a NFL player.

The Super Bowl XLI champion was born with two passions: music and sports. He ended up getting a scholarship to play football for the University of Minnesota and he was so successful that he landed himself a spot on the Indianapolis Colts’ roster in 2004 alongside Peyton Manning. Then in 2008 he went to play for the Cincinnati Bengals for a year before getting a serious head trauma that left him with memory loss among other issues, so he decided to retire. Utecht is now the national official spokesman for the American Brain Foundation and was even awarded the Public Leadership Neurology Award last year.

The Minnesota native will be the main speaker for this year’s “Men’s Night Out”, and it is going to be both very educational and a lot of fun for all the attendees. Even though the event is free, registration is required online at www.TCHC.org in advance as there is limited seating available.

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Watch Ben Utecht Speaking about his Retirement from the NFL: