After a 17-year distinguished career as a Pro-Bowl NFL quarterback, today Ron “Jaws” Jaworski is leading NFL analyst, CEO & businessman, and motivational speaker. ESPN’S Mike Tirico said, “If you made a list of 10 guys on TV in any sport as an analyst who you'd want to have a beverage with and watch a game, he's [Ron Jaworski] high on that list." Before switching to his current multiplatform analyst role with NFL Network, Ron spent five seasons in the booth with Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden as the color commentator for Monday Night Football. He also worked as a leading analyst on ESPN for multiple of the networks’ top NFL shows.
The Los Angeles Rams drafted Jaworski with the 37th selection in the 2nd round of the 1973 NFL Draft. After four years with the Rams, Jaws joined the Philadelphia Eagles in 1977. Under head coach Dick Vermeil and behind Jaworski’s ability and field leadership, the Eagles won the NFC Championship and advanced to Super Bowl XV. Jaworski finished the 1980 season as the No. 1-rated passer in the NFC, Pro Bowl selection and was the 1980 MVP.
Ron is not only known for his NFL talent and incredible media personality, but also is keen acumen for business. As the CEO of Ron Jaworski Golf Management, Inc. and owner of an exclusive business development company called Business Clubs America (BCA) as well as owning 7 Signature Golf courses in the Great Philadelphia-New Jersey Area. RiverWinds Golf & Tennis Club, Valleybrook Country Club, Running Deer Golf Club, Blue Heron Pines, Ramblewood Country Club, Honey Run Country Club and Downingtown Country Club. BCA is a group of community leaders, business giants and industry innovators from some of the finest companies found in the Greater Delaware Valley.
Jaworski also served as Co-Majority Owner of the Philadelphia Soul, Chairman of the Arena Football League Advisory Board and currently sits on the boards of M&T Bank, The CEO Group, the Camden Health and Athletic Association & the PHL Sports Committee.
Ron is a sought-after motivation and keynote speaker, sharing his keys to long-term success on the gridiron – and in the business arena. Drawing on his vast experience as an athlete, entrepreneur, author, and analyst, The CEO Quarterback will teach business and community leaders how to “compete every single day”: He’s also the author of “The Games That Changed the Game,” which highlights seven games in NFL history that changed the strategies and tactics used in NFL football. Learn what strategies and tactics you can put in place to tackle your companies’ challenges.
Today, Ron Jaworski lives in Southern New Jersey and is a very active member of the greater community. Jaworski is committed to the Jaws Youth Playbook, a non-profit foundation which focuses on a mission to improve the overall health and wellness of at-risk youth, primarily in the Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey regions. To date, the Jaworski family is proud to have donated over $6 million to at-risk youth.
The South Jersey Chamber of Commerce awarded Jaworski the Pinnacle Award for his outstanding volunteer work and longtime service to the South Jersey Chamber & business community. The United Way honored Jaworski with their Volunteer Leadership Award, the highest award given by United Way. Ron also sat on the United Way National Board for many years.
In 2018, The Maxwell Football Club named Jaworski The Francis “Reds” Bagnell Award winner for excellence and contributions to the game of football! Past winners include, former NFL Commissioner Pete Rozell, Archie Manning, Lou Holtz, Dick Vermeil and Bobby Bowden.
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