Austin Seferian-Jenkins disliked the person he had become. He was out of shape, had been in trouble with the law and was being labeled a bust. The New York Jets’ tight end had treatment for alcohol abuse and says he has turned his life around.
By Seattle Times Press
Original Source: seattletimes.com
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. – Austin Seferian-Jenkins disliked the person he had become.
He was out of shape, had been in trouble with the law and was being labeled a second-round bust. The troubled tight end, a former Washington Husky, knew he needed to make changes — and quickly.
“It really didn’t have anything to do with football,” said Seferian-Jenkins, reflecting on the last several months, which included treatment for alcohol abuse. “It just had to do with, as a person, there comes a certain time in your life when your life could go one direction or the other and I felt it going in a direction I didn’t want it to go.
“So I figured out what I needed to do.”
He says he has turned his life around off the field and is…click here to continue reading