Board Member, Vice President
One of the most prolific names in Philadelphia sports history, Ron Jaworski is the Arena Football team Philadelphia Soul’s team president. Jaworski works directly with head coach Bret Munsey on football operations and assists the organization on all strategic marketing opportunities.
One of only two quarterbacks to lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a Super Bowl berth (Donovan McNabb), Jaworski has enjoyed as much success off the field as he has on the field.
In 1991, Ron Jaworski Management, Inc. was founded to oversee the day-to-day operations of Jaworski’s business ventures. Currently four different entities fall under the umbrella of RJM ownership: Valleybrook Golf Club, The Chateau Resort, Edgewood in the Pines and The Showcase Sports Apparel Store. As well as being an ownership partner, RJM manages the daily operations of The Showcase Store, Valleybrook Golf Club and Edgewood in the Pines.
As Board Member of the Philadelphia Soul Charitable Foundation, Ron provides expertise garnered from managing several local nonprofit organizations. Ron is responsible for overseeing the business of the oldest football club in America – the Maxwell Football Club of Philadelphia – as well as The Ron Jaworski Annual Celebrity Golf Challenge and the Jaws Youth Fund Fall Golf Classic.
Aside from his business ventures, Jaworski is a regular on ESPN, NFL Films and Eagles Television Network (Philadelphia) and has become one of the most distinguished NFL analysts on television. He gives fans a weekly, in-depth insider’s view of the NFL through “EA Sports NFL Matchup,” along with Sal Paolantonio and former NFL player Merrill Hoge. Every Sunday and Monday, Jaworski assists on “NFL Sunday Countdown” and “NFL Monday Night Countdown” with his team-by-team analysis.
A second-round pick of the Los Angeles Rams in 1973, the rights to Jaworski were traded to the Philadelphia Eagles in 1977. Over the course of his 10-year career with the Eagles, Jaworski started 116 straight NFL games – a record for most consecutive starts until Brett Farve broke it in 1999. He passed for nearly 27,000 yards, including 175 touchdowns and is the all-time Eagles leader in several passing categories, including career touchdowns and career passing yardage.
Born and raised in Lackawanna, NY, Jaworski married his high-school sweetheart, Liz. The couple resides in Voorhees, NJ and have three children Joleen, Jessica and BJ.