Anthony was a linebacker in the NFL for eight years, playing with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Cleveland Browns. He was the Philadelphia Eagles’ 1985 “Man of the Year” for his off-field community involvement.
After his playing career, he became the Director of Player Development and Strength Coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers for the next 13 years.
With the Steelers, he was responsible for administering the NFL’s Player programs, which included organizing continued education, career development, financial/business management seminars, and family assistance programs. Through a comprehensive and thorough weight training and conditioning program, Anthony not only helped players get stronger physically, but mentally and emotionally as well.
Anthony attended Villanova University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communications. In the spring of Anthony’s junior year, Villanova University dropped their football program.He was then recruited by Ohio State University where he played football his senior year and was subsequently drafted by the Eagles.
Anthony founded AG Squared Networks, Inc. (AGGNET), the parent company to AG360. AGGNET assists businesses, individuals, teams and organizations with optimal growth and development. AGGNET has a number of programs that have helped jump start many careers, businesses and individuals.
Anthony recently earned his masters degree in Organizational Leadership from Geneva College.
His hobbies include reading, computers, and martial arts (Karate 2nd Degree & Ninjutsu 2nd Degree).
He has run the Pittsburgh City Marathon, finished the Pittsburgh Triathlon and continues to accept new and exciting challenges