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Kamerion Wimbley, defensive end for the Tennessee Titans, loves attending dog shows, working with websites and building companies from the ground up.
Build a good team...They need to be people you can trust and people you can work well with.
Staying on the field in the national Football League is a challenge, to say the least. The sport where hitting is not only part of the game but the entire concept of it, makes it a rarity when a player is able to refrain from injury.
You may know Kamerion Wimbley as the NFL star who played for the Cleveland Browns and Oakland Raiders. He's currently a defensive end for the Tennessee Titans (No. 95), but this professional football player is also a serial entrepreneur who owns several successful startups.
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Being a professional athlete and one of he best pass-rushers in the National Football League is a crucial enough but for Tennessee Titan Defensive End Kamerion Wimbley, maintaining a spectacular fitness routine throughout the year is an even greater challenge on and off-season.
Kamerion Wimbley wasn't sure if there would ever be a second contract in the NFL. It wasn't because of his ability. As the 13th overall pick in the 2006 draft out of Florida State, there were plenty of teams that wanted Wimbley on their defense line rushing...
Hailing from Wichita, Kansas, Kamerion Wimbley has taken the sports and business community by storm. Kamerion played quarterback and linebacker to Northwest High School, he ultimately decided his size and speed were perfect for the defensive side of the ball.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Titans defensive end Kamerion Wimbley recently hosted his annual “Shop with a Jock” event, which treated 37 young people who are in foster care to a shopping spree where they could select needs and wants for the holiday season.
For a second year in a row, Kamerion Wimbley of the Tennessee Titans hosted "Shop with a Jock," an event that assists underprivileged children. Wimbley provided 50 children from Youth Villages of Middle Tennesseewith a $100 giftcard and the chance to shop with their favorite Titans players.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Jason McCourty, Coty Sensabaugh, Nate Washington, George Wilson and Kamerion Wimbley joined Titans cheerleaders for the 'Ultimate P.E. Class' at Lipscomb Elementary
Tennessee Titan players Ryan Fitzpatrick, Jason McCourty, Coty Sensabaugh, Kamerion Wimbley, George Wilson and Nate Washington paid a visit to Lipscomb Elementary on Tuesday. Lipscomb is one of 34 schools to receive a $10,000 NFL Play 60 grant, which is part of the Play 60 campaign launched to teach kids the importance of getting 60 minutes of exercise daily.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Titans left tackle Michael Roos and right tackle David Stewart are scheduled to headline the Academy Sports + Outdoor Titans Caravan on Wednesday, May 1, the third day of the team’s two-week annual trip through the Mid-South. Roos and Stewart will stop in the communities of Columbia, Cornersville and Decatur and be joined by defensive end Kamerion Wimbley in Florence.
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. — Titans players and cheerleaders hopped off the NFL Play 60 Bus Tuesday for a special visit to Lipscomb Elementary, which was selected by the league as this market’s 2013 NFL Play 60 Super School. Students in Titans jerseys and T-shirts formed a long tunnel that stretched from the school’s entrance through its halls. They held handmade signs and chanted and cheered.
I think it’s important for kids to be aware of the benefits of exercise and nutrition, especially with the issues of obesity and self-confidence in school systems,” Wimbley said. “This is positive and uplifting, and kids can use this to make themselves feel better
The Titans organization along with the NFL and Comcast presented Lipscomb Elementary School with a $10,000 grant to be used towards promoting fitness.