Kevin Reilly, Former Eagles Player to be a Guest on Insightful Player on Mingle Media TV Network

Former Eagles Player and Current Broadcaster Kevin Reilly to Guest on

Insightful Player Television Show on

Tuesday, June 7, 2011 – 7 PM EST

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Kevin Riley, SportscasterNashua, NH (May 16, 2011) –Former Philadelphia Eagles player Kevin Reilly, current pre-and-postgame radio host, motivational speaker and one of 32 current and former NFL players recognized as Insightful Players will be the guest of the new weekly Insightful Player online show on this coming Tuesday, May  17 at 7 p.m. ET. Mingle Media TV produces and broadcasts over 40 hours of web series and event coverage each week.

Chrissy Carew, a Master Certified personal and business coach based in Nashua, NH founded Insightful Player™ in April 2010 with a vision of providing an answer to a crucial worldwide calling for messages of hope that provoke positive actions.  “I’m thrilled to have an online show on where I’m able to interview my Insightful Players like Kevin Reilly and have their stories told to the world,” said Carew, who serves as the host of the show.

The Insightful Player™ team members, like Reilly, are individuals that believed in themselves and relentlessly pursued their most far-reaching dreams, which resulted in a career in the National Football League. The Insightful website features the inspirational stories of 32 current and former NFL players, each of whom overcame great obstacles and hardships to become not just fine athletes, but through their values and their life experiences, became extraordinary individuals that serve as an inspiration to us all.

The short-version of Kevin Reilly’s Insightful Player story is available on The full-length version will appear in the Insightful Player book that will be published by Morgan-James Publishing this summer.

Reilly, a cancer survivor, will discuss the toll his illness had on his personal life, his battle with alcohol addiction and how he’s transformed tragedy into an inspiring, purpose-driven life.

Following is a brief excerpt of Reilly’s story:

If Academy Awards were given to remarkable people who transformed personal tragedy into an awe inspiring life, Insightful Player™ Kevin Reilly would win with no contest.

Kevin fulfilled his dream of playing in the NFL, when he was a member of the Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, and New England Patriots.  His football career came to a screeching halt after being diagnosed with cancer. From there on, Kevin’s entire life changed.  Faced with the fact that he might not make it through surgery, the NFL ceased to matter to him.  All he could think of was his wife and three young children.  He deeply regretted the time he had spent away from them.

Thankfully his life was saved, but not before radical surgery took his left arm, five ribs, and a large portion of his left shoulder.  After surviving the surgery, Kevin began to question many things: What if he couldn’t button shirts, tie his ties, or even drive a car?  What kind of husband and father could he be?

Despite his fears, Kevin proved “the experts” wrong about the limitations they set for him.

Other Insightful Players include: Jerricho Cotchery (Jets), Aaron Kampman (Jaguars), Steve Grogan (Patriots), Roger Staubach (Cowboys), Devin McCourty (Patriots) and Jason McCourty (Titans) and Reggie Kelly (Bengals), among others.

Launched on February 8, 2010, online media and live web TV Network Company, Mingle Media TV produces and broadcasts over 40 hours of web series and event coverage each week. It’s audience reach online is over 250,000 weekly views of their  video coverage, web series and live broadcasts and are currently in the top 20,000 websites in the U.S.

For more information on Coach Chrissy Carew and Insightful Player,ä visit and call 603-897-0610.

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