Jay Foreman, originally from Minneapolis, MN, is a former NFL player
who played college football for the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers.
Jay is also the son of Minnesota Viking great and five time pro bowler,
Jay played football for the University of Nebraska from 1994-1998,
helping the team win 3 National Championships. Jay went on to play
9 years in the National Football League (NFL) and made two postseason
appearances during his nine year NFL career. He played for the
Buffalo Bills, Houston Texans, New York Giants, and San Francisco
49ers in the National Football League.
While playing football at the University of Nebraska, Jay earned a
BS degree in Business Administration in 3 ½ years. During his NFL
off-seasons, he completed an MBA at Harvard University. During his
time in Houston, he began a charitable foundation known as “Foreman
Friends,” an organization that assisted abused, underprivileged kids
Mr. Foreman has established himself throughout the country as a
professional speaker and sports commentator. Jay has done numerous
projects in the sports broadcasting arena in both TV and radio. He
has worked for Comcast Sports Network in Houston and does radio
broadcasting for ESPN 1480 and 1620 The Zone.
In 2013 Jay Foreman founded The Foreman Foundation, a 501c3
non-profit organization, which strives to enhance the lives of people
living with diabetes. The Foreman Foundation gives both youth and
adults an opportunity to access top notch education and resources
to help their fight against diabetes.
In 2017, Jay became a published author, releasing his first book,
Iron Will, What One Man Needed to Survive the Blessing and the Curse
of the NFL.
Jay continues to pursue his passion of non-profit work with The
Foreman Foundation as well as continuing as a professional speaker
to high schools, colleges, corporations and associations across the
Jay currently resides in Nebraska and is married to Allison. Together
they are raising their blended family of 4 children, two daughters
Soleil and Ciel and two sons, Logan and Grant.