PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — He’s a Philadelphia Eagles legend. Now Ron Jaworski spends most of his time on the golf course running his golf empire. “Jaws” is also the ambassador for the BMW Championship which will be held in Wilmington, Delaware next month. Jaworski recently sat down for A Conversation with Jessica Kartalija.

Jaworksi spent 10 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles and 17 years playing professional football. He retired in 1990 and ended up working for ESPN for 30 years. Meanwhile, in the background, he ran golf courses and bought land.

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“My family owns and operates seven golf courses in the Philadelphia area, so you can tell I’m busy,” Jaworski said.

Here are some highlights from Jaworski’s conversation with CBS3.

CBS3: Doug Collins, then playing for the 76ers, came up with “Jaws” partly because of your last name, the shark movie around the same time, and because you never seem to stop talking?

Jaworsky: I had ‘Rifle Ronnie’ at Youngstown State. I go to Los Angeles, it has become the “Polish Rifle”. Came here and Doug didn’t like either one and he came up with the nickname “Jaws”. Doug said, no, no, no, no, it wasn’t because of the movie. His lips are still beating. He always talks so he’s a mouthful. And I guess Doug was right.

CBS3: What’s it like to play in front of these fans?

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Jaworsky: It’s an incredible passion for the team, the players. And the city is just remarkable, and I say that as a sports fan. Because I was a season ticket holder for the Sixers, the Phillies, the Flyers. I go to all their games and I was a fan. I love going to games and being one of the guys sitting in the stands.

CBS3: You have received countless rewards. What stands out the most?

Jaworsky: Our Super Bowl team in 1980, I was the offensive captain. And when your teammates choose you as captain, that says a lot.

CBS3: There’s a lot of pressure on Eagles QB Jalen Hurts. Being young, rising, what would you say to him? You have been in these shoes.

Jaworsky: There is incredible pressure in this position. I took care of it. I had a few hiccups with the pressure. You learn from these failures. And hopefully he learned from some of the disappointments he had early in his career.

The BMW Championship takes place at Wilmington Country Club from August 16-21.

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For more on Jaworski’s chat with Jessica Kartalija, watch the video above.