Eric Hipple

Eric Hipple

Hall Of Fame Behavioral Health | Motivational Speaker | Football

Eric Hipple

Hall Of Fame Behavioral Health | Motivational Speaker | Football

Eric Hipple is a public speaker and a retired professional American football player for the Detroit Lions. Hipple’s accomplishments include two playoff bids, a divisional championship, and the Detroit Lion’s most valuable player award for the ‘81season. From 1995-2000 Hipple was... the color analyst for the FOX NFL pre-game show in Detroit. Since his 15-year-old son Jeff’s suicide, Hipple has devoted his life to building awareness and breaking down the stigma surrounding depressive illnesses. Hipple received an honorary Doctorate for his work in Mental Health from his Alma Mater while giving the commencement speech to the 2019 class at Utah State University. He also received the University of Michigan 2015 Neubacher Award for work with the stigma associated with disabilities, the Detroit Lions 2010 Courage House award and the prestigious 2008 Life Saver Achievement award given by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. His message of resilience has provided mental fitness awareness to professional groups, military, law enforcement, schools, communities, and thousands of high school and youth coaches. Show more

product_picture

Live Video Chat!

Let's talk football, mental health and more! Supporting the HOF Behavioral Health and HART Recovery & Treatment.

$ 95
/ 10 min
product_picture

Video Shoutout!

Get a personalized video message or send one as a gift! Supporting HOF Behavioral Health and HART Recovery & Treatment.

$50