Former NFL player and director touts being one’s best

September 6, 2017
Anthony GriggsAnthony Griggs, former Pittsburgh Steelers player development director, will present “Life’s a Sport. Win It!” at 7 p.m. Sept. 19 in the multi-purpose room of Gemmell Student Complex, Clarion University. The event, which is free and open to the public, launches Clarion’s 2017-18 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.

In his role with the Steelers, Griggs used his skills to maximize the potential of the Steelers players off the field, so they could be their best on the field. He served as assistant strength and conditioning coach and was responsible for overseeing the progress of each player's fitness development and administering the players' programs (continued education, career development, financial/business management seminars and family assistance).

In addition to his professional sports background, Griggs has a strong mix of personal and business communication skills. He is owner and president of AG Squared Networks, Inc., a business and personal development company which assists businesses, individuals, teams and organizations reach their optimal growth and development.

Griggs played for the Philadelphia Eagles for four years and the Cleveland Browns for three years. He was named the Eagles' 1985 Man of the Year for his off-field community involvement. Griggs is an ambassador for Catholic Charities Fee Health Care Center in Pittsburgh and president of the Legends Foundation of Akron, which provides life skills programs to young people.

He is currently working toward his Master of Science degree in organizational leadership at Geneva College.

Griggs' visit is sponsored by the Martin Luther King Jr. Committee and Minority Student Services.

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