Eleven seasons as an NFL tight end is a long time, so after he retired in 2003, Tony McGee was eager to try his hand in the business world. Unfortunately, most of his ventures ended up failing.
However, McGee didn’t give up and finally found success in the shipping industry. He’s now the CEO of the freight company he founded called HNM Global Logistics, which is based in Orlando.
McGee also helped to found a mentoring organization called Brothers Reaching Out to help at-risk youth. For good measure, he also owns a Dunkin’ Donuts in Terre Haute, Indiana, his hometown.