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Dhani Jones is a modern-day renaissance man with a passion for adventure. The host of the Travel Channel series Dhani Tackles the Globe, Jones has trained in the world's most obscure sports and has delved into the local culture and customs of countless countries. A former NFL middle linebacker out of the University of Michigan, where he was a three time All-Big Ten Honoree, Jones played for the New York Giants, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Cincinnati Bengals throughout his lengthy 11-season football career, which is chronicled in his book, The Sportsman: Unexpected Lessons from an Around-the-World Sports Odyssey, a motivational journey through the mind of a borderless athlete.

Although he made a career out of blocking advances on the gridiron, Jones’s life after retiring from the NFL in 2011 has been lived in full support of forward progress. When he's not traveling, Jones is busy with his eatery, the Bowtie Café, a sandwich and cocktail bar located in Cincinnati's historic Mount Adams neighborhood. The café is directly linked to his other neckwear-themed endeavor, Bowtie Cause, a charity organization that sells themed bowties for a variety of philanthropic causes, everything from fighting cancer to fostering youth talent. As an artist, Jones also owns New York-based advertising and design firm, VMG-Creative, which stands for Velocity Made Good, an appropriate name for a company run by a constructive juggernaut who has no issue with stopping to enjoy life every once in a while. Don't be surprised if you see Jones commuting to work on his fixed-gear Surly – he is an avid cyclist who has competed in Italy's 80-mile Gran Fondo del Monte Grappa, the USAT National Duathlon in Richmond, and the cycling-leg of the Durham Doughman Challenge for Travel Channel's Man v. Food.

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