THIS IS EPISODE 515 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
Maurice “Moe” Williams is currently the team chaplain of the Jacksonville Jaguars. His time in Jacksonville began in 2001 when he was selected in the second round of the NFL Draft, and he went on to play nine seasons for the Jaguars, starting 100 of 105 career games.
Williams was a USA Today High School All-American in 1996 and played his college football at Michigan, which he helped to a national championship in 1997.
After retiring in 2010, Williams felt called to ministry and is now ministering to the Jaguars players and staff as their team chaplain through Athletes in Action.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Williams about the unique challenges presented to him in his current role during these uncertain times, how he went from being a player to a chaplain with the same team, his work with Athletes in Action and how he’s found victory beyond the competition, and the pain and injuries he felt on his journey as an NFL offensive lineman.
For more more information on Athletes in Action, check out VictoryBeyondCompetition.com.
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