Whether coming from the battlefield or from the football field, the struggles are similar. MVP gives both athletes and veterans that sense of team.
“We’re used to being with a team, we’re very conditioned to be with a team and that’s what I’m used to,” said former NFL player Rombie Bryant. “When I left football, that left.”
The focus is not only on physical health, but also on mental health.
After the group exercise, they talk about it.
There seem to be two different paths on the surface, but there is a lot of correlation.
“We understand the team, we understand relying on someone else to make sure you don’t get hit in the back,” Derry said. “I think all of these things come together, and when we get together after a workout, you’ve shared a sweat with someone and you automatically have a level of confidence that doesn’t happen often.”
Incorporating vets and players at AT&T Stadium (CBS 11).