Bryce Fishers Journey Takes Him Far Beyond Football 2009: Jerry Brewer

Bryce Fishers journey takes him far beyond football

Jerry Brewer His NFL career apparently over, former Seahawk Bryce Fisher is heading for graduate school, working in real-estate investment and giving back.
Seattle Times staff columnist Bryce Fisher played two seasons for the Seahawks BELLEVUE — Bryce Fisher looks as comfortable sitting behind an office desk as he once did hunting quarterbacks on a football field. Maybe even better. Here, he’s not the underdog player who sweated out an NFL career. He’s a natural businessman — a 6-foot-3, 260-pound natural — and if you think working as a partner in a real-estate investment firm seems tiring enough, consider that it’s only the tip of Fisher’s post-pigskin aspirations. He’s a captain and the public-affairs officer for the Washington Air National Guard. He’s preparing to go to the University of Chicago to get a master’s degree in business. He’s promoting two charity golf tournaments.
“And I have a wife and three girls,” Fisher says. “I’ve never been able to sit still. I don’t know how to sit still.”

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