Antwaan Randle El
Founder, The EL Foundation
Antwaan Randle El is a former NFL wide receiver who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redskins. One of the NFL’s most electric players, Antwaan was also coached by Bobby Knight, drafted by the Chicago Cubs, and threw a Super Bowl touchdown pass…. as a wide receiver. He’s a speaker, a broadcaster, an educator, and a leader.
And, Antwaan is a devout Christian, who likes giving his time to help others. His passion for children and his community shine through today in all he does. He founded the EL Foundation along with his brother Curtis Randle El because they believe the most effective way to have a positive impact on children is to lead by example.
The mission of The EL Foundation is to mold a generation of young leaders who carry on the tradition of supporting their communities with caring and love. Ever since he was a young man, Antwaan has led a life guided by time honored principles and values. Through inspirational programs, speaking, and appearances, he strives to reach the younger generation in hopes of molding leaders who carry on the tradition of supporting their communities with care and love.
The E stands for Everlasting, the L stands for Love.
Everlasting Love = EL.