Following two years as an All-Conference offensive tackle at Texas A&M, Hunter Goodwin played eight NFL seasons as one of the best blocking tight ends in the league. Goodwin spent 1999-2001 in Miami, helping the Dolphins reach the playoffs in each of those three seasons, including the team’s 23-17 Wild Card victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Currently, he serves as President & COO of the Oldham Goodwin Group.
In The Tank, Hunter discusses making the transition from his first NFL home in Minnesota to life in South Florida (4:59), describes his unique relationship with former Dolphins tight ends coach, Pat Jones (13:00), explains his role in the legendary Zach Thomas, Larry Izzo, Elbo Room swim-a-thon (26:52), reveals his secret, unapproved cure-all for an ear infection (33:06), and shares his thoughts on the importance of facing and overcoming challenges in life (38:22).
Contributors to this episode include Sean Todd aka DJ Prēc and Miami Dolphins Productions.
Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.
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