Charles Way is a former NFL Fullback for the New York Giants, who totaled over 2,254 all-purpose yards and scored fourteen touchdowns in his professional career.
After a five-year career, Way joined the New York Giants’ front office as the Director of Player Development, where he held that role for fourteen and a half years. Charles Way went on to work for the NFL league office for two years as the VP of Player Engagement. He now works in the real estate and financial services industries, with a focus on supporting underserved and underrepresented communities.
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Charles Way’s role shifted during his third professional season in 1997. As a result, he totaled 1,002 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns.
Charles Way’s New York Giants made the playoffs in 1997, where Way earned two first downs and scored one touchdown.
With the support of Charles Way’s leadership in player development, the New York Giants won two Super Bowls, in 2007 and 2011 respectively.
Host: Austin Cohen (FlexIt Founder & CEO) and Justin Turetsky (Founding Team & COO)
Guests: Charles Way
Producer: Eddie Sanchez