Episode 5 : Jerome Bettis
Nicknamed "The Bus," star running back Jerome Bettis spent 13 years in the NFL. In 2006, he led the Pittsburgh Steelers to a decisive Super Bowl victory before retiring a champion. A committed humanitarian, Jerome founded the Bus Stops Here Foundation to serve underprivileged children. He's gone on to work as a football analyst on television and radio. Jerome currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife and their two children. "My family is everything to me," Jerome says. He grew up in a tight-knit family where his mother and father attended every NFL game he played in. His father passed away a few years ago, but Jerome was fortunate to learn about the Bettis side of the family before he passed. He knows very little about his mother's side, the Bougards, and would like to go back as far as he can on that side of the tree.