The Mission of Pro Players Inc. is to assist athletes with growing and sustaining the fruitful lives that a professional career can provide. We intend to be the platform in which professional players can receive assistance, education, and resources, by cultivating a nationwide advisory and service network, which will enable them to make sound and informed decisions about their present and future endeavors. Pro Players Inc. will act as the main hub for all aspects of the professional player’s personal, recreational and business lifestyle.
We provide services for our clients that are specifically tailored to fit the needs and aid the growth of the of the budding professional. (Learn More About Our Services)
You handle business, we will handle everything else. We will bring style and comfort to you. ( Learn More About our Concierge Services Here)
For Pro Players, By Pro Players.
With the right people on your side advancement is imminent.
There are two stages to wealth, the ability to acquire it and the ability to keep it.
Ryan Diem (Indianapolis Colts)
Founder, MODERN MUSCLE
Ryan Diem was lucky enough to play his entire career with the Indianapolis Colts, which scored him two AFC championships and one Super Bowl ring.
His hard work as an offensive lineman didn’t go unnoticed. Over a seven-year period, he held a contract worth $36 million after starting his career with a cushy $6-million signing bonus.
Before retiring in 2012, Diem managed to jump start another source of income by founding Modern Muscle in Oswego, Ill., a shop specializing in restoring cars and building performance engines.
Diem reportedly brings in $800,000 annually.
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Dhani Jones (Cincinnati Bengals)
Founder, MODERN MUSCLE
Dhani Jones was a linebacker for a number of teams, including the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Cincinnati Bengals.
He entered the league in 2000 and spent the next 10 years making his mark on the sport. During his stint, he was able to score some nice contracts, including one for $5.1 million with the Bengals.
Upon retiring, he jumped into action by landing a Travel Channel show called “Dhani Tackles the Globe” and opening the Bow Tie Café in the historic Mount Adams neighborhood of Cincinnati.
But his biggest splash came when he founded VMG Creative in New York City. The 10-employee advertising and design firm boasts a few high-profile clients, including Proctor & Gamble. All ventures included, Jones reportedly brings in $3 million annually.
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Eugene Profit (Washington Redskins)
Founder, Profit Investment Management
Eugene Profit is a former cornerback for the Washington Redskins who spent four seasons in the NFL. When his career ended in 1990, Profit decided to use his Yale education to kick off the second half of his career as an investment manager.
He first began as a financial consultant at Legg Mason and, after spending two years there, went on to start his own investment management firm, Profit Investment Management, which he heads as president and CEO.
The company has grown substantially since its inception in 1996, growing from $300,000 to approximately $2 billion under management as of 2010.
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