THIS IS THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
WITH JASON ROMANO, FEATURING DON BEEBE
Don Beebe is a former NFL wide receiver who played nine seasons with the Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers and Green Bay Packers. He was selected in the fourth round of the 1989 NFL Draft by Buffalo and went on to play on four AFC championship teams. After spending one season with the Panthers, Beebe moved to Green Bay, where he was a member of two more conference championship teams and won his only Super Bowl as a member of the 1996 Packers team.
After retiring from the NFL following the 1997 season, Beebe went into coaching, and was the head football coach at Aurora Christian School in Aurora, Illinois, from 2004-2013. During his time coaching high school football, he led Aurora Christian to two state championships. In 2018, Beebe moved to the college ranks and was named head coach at Aurora University, which he has led to two Division-III playoff berths.
Today on the podcast, Beebe shares about the lessons he’s learned from the “Leon Lett Play” in Super Bowl XXVII, as well as the importance of his faith in Jesus Christ and how it guides him now as a college football coach.
— Don Beebe (@DonBeebeNFL) April 11, 2020