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    A Look Back at Brian Jordan, the ‘Other’ Two-Sport Star

    by Mike Thomas  | More Articles: MLB  Published on March 31, 2020 When it comes to two-sport athletes who have played professionally, Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders are likely the first two names that pop up in conversation – and deservedly so. Jackson and Sanders were the flashy, high-profile players. They made all-star teams and were successful in both baseball and […] More

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    Baseball and Football Pro, Brian Jordan

    an inspiring author who is dedicated to empowering youth is also the driving force behind a powerful foundation Love and faith were the guiding forces of Brian Jordan’s childhood as he grew up in Baltimore with his older brother and sister, raised by two loving parents who taught him what it meant to follow the […] More

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    An Evening with Goshen

    An Evening with Goshen 2022 kicked off on December 8th at Woodstock City Church with guest speaker, football and baseball star, Brian Jordan. This evening gala is a platform for Goshen Valley to come together with community leaders, business owners, and families to raise money for the families and foster youth that we serve […] More

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    Pro baseball and football alum tackles childhood literacy

    Share on Email  Pro baseball and football alum tackles childhood literacy January 27, 2023 University of Richmond Alumni Brian Jordan’s successful career in pro football and pro baseball places him in elite company with star athletes like Deion Sanders and Bo Jackson. After playing for pro teams, including the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta Braves, […] More

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    Brian Jordan visits Augusta school for Red Ribbon Week

    By Will Volk Published: Oct. 25, 2022 at 5:55 PM EDT AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) – Former Atlanta Brave and Atlanta Falcon Brian Jordan visited Garrett Elementary in Augusta to motivate students to read by donating books to start their home libraries. He’s a children’s author himself and had the opportunity to speak to the whole school […] More

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