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Thurman Thomas' Interesting Post Football Life (September 16, 2011)

Former Buffalo Bills running back Thurman Thomas accomplished almost everything a pro football player can, including five Pro Bowls, four Super Bowl appearances, an NFL MVP award and induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. A husband and father of four, Thomas forged an interesting post-football career. A few years ago, he moved back to Buffalo, where he has his own TV show about the Bills and runs Thurman Thomas Sports Training and the Thurman Thomas Global Energy Group. That's right, Thomas now has his own energy company. The group is partnered with three energy companies to help businesses save money by getting them the best deals from energy suppliers and engaging them in demand response programs. It's abundantly clear that Thomas has gone all-in on this venture he started last year, whether it's trying to get other athletes involved, hosting free seminars in an attempt to expand business and even requesting an interview about the company on his own. Read Article

Thomas Visits Reynolds Elementary (May 4, 2011)

Former Buffalo Bills running back Thurman Thomas spoke to Reynolds Elementary School students Wednesday about the importance of eating healthy and staying active. "I've really been stressing the importance of eating breakfast in the morning to the kids," Thomas said. "It gives you the energy to get going. It helped me when I was a growing up and it also helped me when I was playing for the Buffalo Bills." Thomas, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, has been working with the Fuel Up to Play 60 program for two years. The program promotes in-school nutrition and physical activity and is sponsored by the National Dairy Council and the National Football League. Thomas visits schools in the western New York region and Syracuse area to raise awareness for the program. "I really like talking to the kids and answering their questions," he said. Read Article

Thurman Thomas Takes Place in Hall of Fame (August 5, 2007)

The "Thurmanator" finally has reached the pinnacle. Thurman Thomas, best remembered for being one of the offensive stars on a Buffalo Bills team which lost four straight Super Bowls, was enshrined Saturday into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. "Someone once told me I needed to enjoy every minute of my football career because when it ended I would miss it," Thomas said during his acceptance speech. "I look at all of you today and every memory comes back." "On a team with many stars, never did I hear a complaint from (Thomas) about 'Not getting the ball enough,'" said Buffalo's Hall of Fame coach, Marv Levy, who called Thomas, "One of the most unselfish players I have ever known." Read Article