If you ever wondered what former Arizona Cardinals and Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer is doing now, he answered that question by emerging as a co-founder of Mycolove Farm, which has been selling locally grown medicinal and culinary mushrooms and mushroom extracts 30 miles outside Denver since 2021.
Mycolove makes around $8,000 a month in revenue, according to USA Today, by selling mushrooms mostly found in North America that can take up to six months to grow.
Plummer is back in the news this week after he recently joined Pablo Torre and Amin Elhassan on “The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz” to discuss his company and advocate for more widespread medicinal use of mushrooms.
During the segment, the former Cardinals quarterback was asked for five people he believes would most benefit from taking shrooms.
The first person he said was NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
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“Definitely Roger Goodell. He needs it,” Plummer said.
He also said former Denver Broncos coach Mike Shanahan and included himself before stating that former President Trump should also be on that list.
“I think someone like a Donald Trump could definitely benefit from maybe getting out of his own head and his own ego and realizing, like, we’re all one. We’re all connected. He may be tripping already on something, who knows? Because sometimes you gotta think he is tripping,” Plummer said laughing.
He rounded off his list with his father.
After leaving the Cardinals in 2003, Plummer played for the Denver Broncos for four seasons, leading the team to the AFC Championship Game in 2005. He retired from the NFL in 2007, having thrown for over 29,000 yards and 161 touchdowns in his career.
Aside from his mushrooms, Plummer has been involved in several charitable endeavors, including the Jake Plummer Foundation, which raises funds for multiple sclerosis research and education. He has also been an advocate for alternative medicine and holistic approaches to health and wellness.
Overall, Jake Plummer is remembered as a talented and passionate quarterback who played the game with a fierce competitiveness and an unwavering dedication to his team and his craft.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.