Erik Coleman: Life Beyond the Field – Insights from a Jets Legend

Erik Coleman: Life Beyond the Field – Insights from a Jets Legend

Join us for the latest episode of Cleats Off, hosted by Liz Bhandari. As we welcome the legendary Erik Coleman, former New York Jets safety. 

Delve into the thrilling world of the NFL as Erik recounts:

  • his most memorable moments with the Jets
  • the hurdles he leapt over during his career
  • his journey post-retirement.

As a mentor and a role model, Erik sheds light on the future of football. Plus offers his unique perspective on the current Jets team, including the impact of Aaron Rodgers’ journey. 

Get an inside scoop on Erik’s involvement in the upcoming Dolphins & Jets watch party in Manchester. This episode is a must-listen for football enthusiasts and anyone interested in the life and legacy of an NFL icon. Don’t miss Erik’s special message for his UK fans!

Listen to the interview:

Grab your tickets to the watch party:

The New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins are teaming up to host their first Official UK Northern Watch Party in Shooters Bar, Bierkeller Manchester.

Join them on Friday 24th November in Manchester, to not only watch the game live, but to be a part of the live Sky Sports Broadcast. 

Admission is £10 per person, and every ticket includes one free drink and one light meal. 100% of the proceeds from the event will go to the NFL Foundation UK.

Not only will you get the chance to win some of your team merch (and maybe even some freebies), but you will also be able to meet and have your picture taken with none other than New York Jets alumni himself Erik Coleman, who will be joining us for one night only.

Doors open from 5pm with pre-game entertainment from Sky Sports and the Jets and Dolphins. The event will finish at 1am. Please note the event is strictly 18+. 

Book now and join the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins in Manchester.

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