NFL Star Makes $25M and Quits Football. Then People Discover What he did with His Money

A highly paid football star earning his fame from NFL left every luxury and career opportunity behind to feed the needy people around him.

In 2009, ex-NFL star Jason Brown signed a $37.5 million contract with Louis Rams that was cut in 2012 by Rams after he earned 124th overall in 2005 and completed playing 9 seasons in the NFL.

5 years later Brown earned $25 million from the same contract taking the best step towards the peaks of success. He had hundreds of thousands of opportunities at his door with multiple teams looking to sign contracts with him even the Baltimore Ravens, the one of its name. Even thinking about failure was out of the question but things turned around when he made his final decision.

He left the sportsmanship to become a farmer in North Carolina to feed the needy for free around him.