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Former NFL Superstar Charles Tillman Tackles New Career As FBI Agent

Former NFL superstar Charles Tillman joins the FBI. Photo via the U.S. Marines.

By Steve Neavling

Former Chicago Bears superstar Charles “Peanut” Tillman is now an FBI agent.

The former All-Pro cornerback recently graduated from the FBI training academy and will begin tackling crime during a standard two-year probationary period for new agents, the Chicago Tribune first reported. 

Tillman’s interest in law enforcement predates his time as a professional football player. While at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, Tillman earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. His father, Donald Tillman Jr., served as a sergeant in the Army.

Tillman also is known for his charitable giving and support of the military. In 2010, he spent eight days on a tour with troops in Iraq and Kuwait.

After playing 12 of his 13 seasons for the Bears, Tillman was a major force behind the Panthers’ 15-1 record and appearance in Super Bowl 50 in 2015.

Former Football Star Charles Tillman Training to Become FBI Agent

Former football star Charles Tillman

Former football star Charles Tillman

By Steve Neavling

Former Bears cornerback Charles Tillman wants to become an FBI agents and recently began training to join the bureau, the Chicago Tribune reports

Tillman, 36, retired from football last year after being a member of the 15-1 Panthers team that made it to the Super Bowl in 2015.

FBI guidelines require prospective candidates to be between the ages of 23 and 37. Tillman turns 37 on Feb. 23.

Before the Bears drafted the cornerback in 2003, Tillman received a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette.