NFL Player Terrance Ganaway Makes Sandwiches In Off Season For Minimum Wage
You've got to applaud this guy's mature way of handling all the temptations and pressures pro athletes deal with on a daily basis. Terrance Ganaway is a running back on the St. Louis Rams. Last year was his rookie year. And right now, during the NFL off-season, he's back home in Waco, Texas, working for minimum wage making sandwiches at a Jimmy John's.
Terrance says, 'My number one job is being an NFL player. So don't get it confused [that] me working at Jimmy John's [is] lazy. I know what I have to do. I know how to get in shape and I know what it takes to perform at a high level. Really, Jimmy John's is just to keep me out of trouble in all the down time we have in the offseason.'
Terrance plans to keep working part-time until NFL training camps open again this summer. And he says he really likes working there.
Maybe he should talk with guys like Dan Marino, who fathered a love child and Plexico Buress, who spent time at Oneida Correctional for shooting himself in the leg.
Source: St Louis Post-Dispatch