Then dare yourself to get though them all before coffee stains become visible in the cup.Be Exactly Who You are, Though This Means You'll Get Rejected After a slew of emails, Chris and I agreed to meet in front of a museum.When Adewale Ogunleye was a Pro Bowl defensive end for the Miami Dolphins, he spent most of his time on the field looking for a target to hit.And now in retirement he is doing much the same thing.Just as it took him a little while to establish himself with the Dolphins, Ogunleye found that there also was a learning curve in beginning his post-football career.
He was signed by the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent in 2000. Ogun in his surname means "The god of iron." His father is a social worker employed by the City of New York.
“When I left the NFL I got involved in some companies where I had full or part-time ownership,” said Ogunleye.
“At that time I really didn’t know how to run those businesses. I had some deals I really didn’t like and I couldn’t understand why I was making those decisions.
He spent the first year of his NFL career on injured reserve due to a knee injury suffered during his senior year at Indiana In 2002, Ogunleye had 57 tackles, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and 9.5 sacks (sixth in the AFC) for 62 yards in losses for the season.
During the 2003 NFL season, while playing for the Miami Dolphins, he led the AFC with 15 sacks.