One of the most respected NFL players during his career continues to provide new reasons to respect him.
Retired running back Warrick Dunn, who played for the Buccaneers, Falcons, and once again for the Buccaneers, has earned an MBA degree from Emory University.
“You are never too old or too rich or never experienced enough to continue learning,” Dunn said, via FOX 5 in Atlanta.
Dunn completed the degree in 21 months.
“No matter where you come from, if you set your mind, if set your goals if you work hard and dedicate and sacrifice you can accomplish things and this is a huge accomplishment,” Dunn said.
Dunn likewise continues to raise funds to provide single parents with housing. On Tuesday, Dunn gave Kimberly Kindel and her three children their first home.
His assistance of single parents was inspired by the death of his mother, Betty Smothers, a police officer killed in the line of duty when Dunn, the oldest of six children, was 18.