Former UCF Football player launches neuro-strength training company aimed at improving brain health
ORLANDO, Fla. — A former University of Central Florida football player is working with former pros to bring new mental health technology to the local community. Join UCF alum Dr. Tommy Shavers, this Friday at #UTVS2022 to discuss the future of NESTRE alongside an esteemed panel! “Because whatever the body desires to do, there’s something the mind and the brain is required to do.”National Football League Hall of Famer Calvin Johnson is among several former professional athletes working with Shavers on Nestre. Thomas is working towards a Doctorate Degree in mental health, and believes everyone can benefit from their research. READ: ‘They need opportunity’: Orlando man helps train Special Olympics athletes to meet their goalsNestre currently has two neuro-strength training rooms at their Lake Nona performance club.wftv.com
Jaguars poised to spend big, rebuild quickly in free agency
Free agency feels a lot like recruiting to new Jaguars coach Urban Meyer. It certainly should help that the Jaguars have more salary cap space (nearly $73 million) than any other team. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete, File)JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Free agency feels a lot like recruiting to new Jaguars coach Urban Meyer. Clemson star Trevor Lawrence is the presumptive choice, and the Jaguars will use free agency to build around him. “That’s a room that’s going to have to be rebuilt in some ways,” said Meyer, who could sign Hunter Henry, Jonnu Smith or Gerald Everett when free agency officially begins Wednesday.