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                    Retired NFL Player, CEO/Founder of The Hammer





Corey Sears is no stranger to hard work. In fact, he’s been grinding since he was big enough to push a broom.


Sears started playing football at a local YMCA (Alamo branches YMCA) in his home town of San Antonio, TX; at the tender age of six. From the time he was first introduced to the game at six, until the day he left for college…the work did not stop. “I was a football player before I was ever paid, and that's important to me. It’s what I’ve been doing all my life and when I try to leave, for some reason; I always come back. There must be a reason why I'm here and why I have a passion to play this game. I'm going to play, and I'm going to play hard until they tell me they don't need me anymore. But, I promise you they will always remember me because I will always give a good day's work”.


Corey continues to do work through his non-profit organization, The Hammer Foundation, which is dedicated to helping young boys develop into young men and helping to bring the community together to help others. From this dedication, Corey established the Hammer Bowl at his high school, Camp Hammer and the Hammer 5K Family Fun Run; all in and around his hometown of San Antonio, TX…proof that his work ethics and hard work did not stop.


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