He was once a pro-bowl caliber defensive tackle, but now he is working as a personal assistant according to this video. He used to play football, now he gives foot-rubs. Watch Stroud as he tries to accomplish all of the day-to-day activities that his boss assigns to him.It certainly looks tough. Hopefully he can make his through the corporate ladderCheck the hilarious video out here:
Recently retired NFL defensive lineman Marcus Stroud is apparently looking for ways to occupy his time, so Network of Champions invited Stroud to try his hand at being a personal assistant for Mike Lockyer. How did it go?
Well, let's just say that after a day of touching stinky feet, burping his boss, and almost getting arrested, Stroud decided that it wasn't the...
In the above video, former Jaguars star Marcus Stroud plays the role of a personal assistant, but he's in for a surprise with some of the "errands" he is forced to perform.
The NOC is notorious for producing great comedic sketches such as the one above. Hopefully Marcus Stroud is out of his personal assistant venture. I don't think he fits the part of rubbing...
Former NFL defensive tackle Marcus Stroud tried his hand at the life of a personal assistant to the NOC’s own Mike Lockyer. Let’s just say Marcus Stroud isn’t really fit for a life of personal assisting.
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It was announced on Wednesday that former Jaguars defensive tackle Marcus Stroud will sign a one-day contract with the team who drafted him 13th overall in the 2001 NFL Draft. Selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars out of Georgia, Stroud went on to form a dominant force along the defensive line with John Henderson. Stroud was selected to three Pro Bowls (2003 - 2005), and last played...
Defensive tackle Marcus Stroud retired as a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars on Wednesday. Stroud was the 13th overall pick in the 2001 and formed a fearsome defensive tackle duo with John Henderson in Jacksonville. Stroud was traded to the Buffalo Bills in 2008 after three Pro Bowl selections. Stroud hasn't played in the NFL since 2010. He was released by the Bills at...
Hot News for DT Marcus Stroud
Three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Marcus Stroud is retiring after a decade in the NFL.
Stroud is planning to sign a one-day contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Wednesday before calling it quits.
A first-round draft pick from Georgia in 2001, Stroud spent seven years in Jacksonville. Teamed with John Henderson, Stroud gave the Jaguars one of the most formidable defensive...
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June 20, 2012