Aaron Maybin: “Athletes Aren’t Superheroes, We’re Human Beings”

Aaron Maybin: “Athletes Aren’t Superheroes, We’re Human Beings”

Aaron Maybin joins the Edge of Sports podcast to discuss a life after sports.

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After four years as a professional linebacker for football teams in the US and Canada, Aaron Maybin put down his helmet and picked up a range of new hats off the gridiron. As a public school teacher, artist, and activist, Maybin’s best days are still yet to come.

Aaron Maybin joins Edge of Sports for a wide-ranging conversation on the boxes athletes get placed in, racism within the NFL, and his life after football.

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