Bill Romanowski was a polarizing player: if he was on your team, you loved him, if he wasn’t, probably not so much. From an early age, Romo set goals and every time he achieved a goal, he set his sights higher. He won awards as both an athlete and a student during his college years at Boston College. He was drafted by the 49'ers and won Super Bowl rings his first two years in the league. From San Francisco, he was traded to the Eagles. The Broncos signed him in 1996 where he won two more Super Bowl Championships. After being shown the door in Denver, Romo was determined to stay in the AFC West to prove a point and finished his career with the Raiders. Over the course of 16 years in the NFL, he played 243 consecutive games and has plenty of stories about football and life. Retirement has been anything but boring as he’s very involved in his Nutrition 53 and is the Director of Business Development for REV Social Network.