Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay played for the Glasgow Rangers, a profesional soccer team. He joined the team at age 15. However, he suffered a knee injury and was forced to retire from the sport in 1985 after three years with the club.Know More
After turning away from his first career love, Ramsay started a second career by attending college for hotel management and apprenticing to top chefs including Marco Pierre White, Albert Roux, Jol Robuchon and Guy Savoy. He became the head chef at the Aubergine restaurant in 1993 where he earned a two-star Michelin rating.
Ramsay is the star of two television programs, "Hells Kitchen" and "Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares."Learn more about American Football
Cris Collinsworth played for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1981 to 1988. Over the course of his NFL career, Collinsworth played 107 games, had 417 receptions for 6,698 yards and scored 36 touchdowns.Full Answer >
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