For a Hall of Fame inductee who spent over a decade battling in the NFL trenches as one of the best centers in the game, Dermontti Dawson certainly has kept busy in retirement. Soon after calling it quits, he became a real estate developer. Dawson was successful for a while, accumulating $69 million in assets but ultimately filing for bankruptcy.
He soon put real estate behind him and became a sales executive for Prime Time Plus, a promotional product company in San Diego, where Dawson now resides.
Just to keep himself engaged in the sports world, Dawson is also a partial owner of an independent league baseball team in Pennsylvania called the Washington Wild Things.