Christian NFL Executive Vice President Troy Vincent Named to Savoy Magazine’s List of “Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America”

Photo: Garrett Hubbard
Photo: Garrett Hubbard

Christian NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations Troy Vincent has been named to Savoy Magazine’s list of the “Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America.”

The list, included as part of the magazine’s 15th anniversary spring issue available ‪on March 1‬, is considered by the publication to be the definitive listing of African-American executives, influencers and achievers proactively impacting corporate America.

Vincent oversees all aspects of football operations in the league office with a focus on quality and innovation. His responsibilities include preserving the integrity and competitive fairness of professional football. There are several aspects to that such as officiating, on-field discipline, game operations, college relations, the NFL combine series, protecting players from unnecessary risk, and development and growth of both the game and the player.

“It’s a great blessing to have served our fans as a player, as a union leader, and now as an NFL executive,” Vincent said. “Football transcends race, age, gender and other elements of society and creates community by bringing people together across our great nation. With the integration of technology, technique and rule adjustments we are making the game progressively better.”

A first-round draft choice of the Miami Dolphins in 1992 from the University of Wisconsin, Vincent played 15 years in the NFL for Miami, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Washington. He was named a Pro Bowl player five times and was the 2002 winner of the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award for his outstanding community service. Vincent served as president of the NFL Players Association from 2004-2008.

Vincent joined the NFL office in 2010 to lead the league’s player engagement department, which provides support programs for players and their families. Vincent significantly expanded the scope of services for current and former players and their families.

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SOURCE: EEW Magazine
Kathleen Neville