Arkansas Episode 71 – Jeff Kemp – Retired NFL Quarterback

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Jeff Kemp / Retired NFL Quarterback

Jeff Kemp played college ball at Dartmouth, and after being undrafted out of college, had the confidence, tenacity and talent to make it in the NFL anyway. At the start of his career Jeff played for the LA Rams, leading them in touchdown passes and a playoff berth in 1984. He also played for the SF 49ers during the Joe Montana years, as well as the Seattle Seahawks and finished his career with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Jeff’s father, Jack, also played in the NFL with both the Buffalo Bills and San Diego Chargers, and after football became a well-loved and respected US Congressman. Jeff’s dad was also posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2009 by President Obama. Jeff and his wife Stacey have lived in AR for the past 7 years are the parents of four boys, all now grown and married. He now makes his living as a professional speaker & motivator, as well as providing business and life coaching to CEO and C-Suite executives.



Rich Jensen BRS Consulting

David Sims / BRS Consulting

Jeff Kemp / Retired NFL Quarterback

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