Nate Burleson retired from the NFL as Minnesota Vikings wide receiver and now is focused on his entrepreneurship empire and full-time fatherhood.
After eleven years of playing professional football, Nate had to pivot his income-earning strategies. Now, not only does he host “Good Morning Football” TV morning show for the league, but he also has multiple clothing lines and is a full-time father.
Nate created a suit line, Baynes and Baker, to give access for a generation of young men to attain custom, affordable luxury clothing. They are custom made and tailored to each person’s size by using new technology to capture every body measurement with three pictures. He also has a custom t-shirt and activewear clothing line, The 1Seed Apparel, that blends sports and fashion for the everyday family.
Nate aims to teach his kids and people everywhere to make their visions come to life, how business works and how to be wise with finances to be able to shift their generational path and create wealth. “It’s not really work when you do it for people you genuinely care about”. This is On The Ball.
Nate Burleson retired from the NFL as Minnesota Vikings wide receiver and now is foc...