Ron Jaworski distinguished himself as the resilient quarterback that lead the 1981 Philadelphia Eagles to their first Super Bowl. Currently a football analyst for ESPN, Jaworski delivers game-day reports for NFL Match Up and NFL Prime Monday and was nominated for an Emmy in 1996 for his work as host of Eagles Game Live.
Until Jaworski suffered a broken left leg, he had led the Eagles to the NFC Playoffs four times and had started 116 straight NFL games, thereby setting a record for the most consecutive starts by a NFL Quarterback. During his ten years with the Philadelphia Eagles, he passed for nearly 27,000 yards, including 175 touchdowns. He is the all-time Eagles’ leader in many passing categories, including career touchdown passes and career passing yardage.
Now a highly successful businessman, Jaworski brings together the sports world and the business world with enthusiasm and passion. He has successfully taken his leadership skills from the gridiron to the boardroom defining the lines where Sports meets Business. He has always exhibited an entrepreneurial spirit and today owns a professional sports team, a business relationship company, four golf courses, two hotels, a telecommunications company, a gym and two Showcase Sports Store.
Ron Jaworski and his family strive to give back to the community. They put their heart and soul in their foundation, Jaws Youth Playbook which helps improve the overall health and wellness of at-risk youth, primarily in the Greater Philadelphia area along with the NFL and United Way. He has served as a television spokesperson for Goodwill Industries, the US Department of Labor and the US Savings Bond Program.