‘I Knew It Wouldn’t Last Long.’ What These Former Pro Athletes Can Teach Us About Preparing for Retirement

By the time he was playing his second year in the NFL, Andrew Hawkins was surrounded by Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Bentleys. He decided it was time to buy himself a nice car. Nothing too flashy, though, maybe a Mercedes or an Audi. Whatever it was would be an upgrade from the used 2005 Chevy Impala he bought in college. During a practice break at a Cincinnati Bengals training facility in 2012, he was scrolling through car models on his phone when Mike Brown, the billionaire owner of the Bengals, pulled into the parking lot. He was driving a late model Chevy Impala, practically identical to Hawkins’ — but Brown didn’t even have the CD player. Read more here >>>

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