During his eight-year career in the National Football League, Reggie Hodges not only earned the record for the longest run by a punter, he served as a mentor and spiritual leader to his fellow players in the locker room and off the field. Now, he brings his lifelong mission to help others “Love well, Serve Well” to teams, churches, businesses, and schools.
“I was blessed to be able to experience all that I did while I was playing—from the highs to the lows,” says Hodges. “Those years helped me establish a portion of my purpose. I’m excited to share my story as it relates to my faith, business, and personal development.”
Playing for eight different NFL organizations, the Hodges learned how to thrive in the midst of transition. After four seasons playing with the Browns, Reggie, his wife Arin, and their three children are proud to call Cleveland home. In addition to being a proud husband and father, Reggie is a leader in his Northeast Ohio community, a successful entrepreneur, is actively involved within his faith community, and is focused on helping others achieve their fullest potential.
“Reggie has an innate ability to connect with people from all walks of life,” says Renee Harvey, VP, Cleveland Browns Foundation. “A warm energy that fills a room coupled with an amazing talent to deliver a poignant message and a call to action makes Reggie a force when he’s on stage.”
Whether they need motivation, inspiration, or guidance, Reggie has already worked with groups from the prison system in Jamaica to elementary schools in his community. He is available for speaking engagements, guest preaching, coaching staff enhancement, personal and athletic development, corporate retreats, and other engagements.
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