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EXCLUSIVE: From The NFL, Super Bowl Victories To Cannabis, An Interview With CapStone's Charlie Batch

Benzinga’s Cannabis Insider, a live show on cannabis business and finance, interviewed former NFL quarterback-turned-cannabis investor Charlie Batch. Batch’s NFL career spanned 15 years and two Super Bowl victories. He is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University and senior vice president of Strategic Investments for CapStone Holdings, a private equity firm with a key focus on real estate and consumer-facing sectors, where Batch is involved in several initiatives in a variety of roles.
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New Pittsburgh Courier

Charlie Batch named Sr. VP of Strategic Investments for CapStone Holdings

CapStone Holdings, Inc., a business incubator and investment group recently announced that former 15-year NFL veteran Charlie Batch was named its Senior Vice President of Strategic Investments, the New Pittsburgh Courier has learned. Batch will help CapStone grow its investment portfolio and partnerships in the emerging medical marijuana and technology-focused industries.
PITTSBURGH, PA
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Charlie Batch predicts who replaces Big Ben for Steelers

After the Steelers’ victory over the Browns, former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch appeared on SiriusXM Radio to address Their win and the 2022 season. It’s always interesting to hear feedback from previous players about what may happen to the Steelers in 2022. Charlie is no exception. While he commented on several issues in the interview, he did have a lot to say on the future of the upcoming quarterback situation. Plus, Charlie predicted who he feels the Steelers’ quarterback may be in the 2022 season.
theshadowleague.com

“GameAbove Capital Is Prepared To Pay You One Million Dollars” | Ex-NFL QB Charlie Batch Asks Oklahoma QB Caleb Williams To Play For Eastern Michigan

Ex-NFL quarterback Charlie Batch offered Oklahoma quarterback Caleb Williams $1 million in an NIL deal if Williams transfers to Eastern Michigan University, Batch’s alma mater. Welcome to college football in the year 2022. We love it!. Now that the corrupt cartel known as the NCAA has allowed athletes to...
OKLAHOMA STATE
Golf Digest

Charlie Batch offers transfer portal star Caleb Williams $1 million to play at Eastern Michigan next season, NIL now fully off the rails

If you’re a college football casual, you’ve likely seen the name Caleb Williams bouncing around the internet this week and wondered just what the heck is going on. Didn’t this kid just wrestle the Oklahoma starting job away from erstwhile Heisman hopeful Spencer Rattler? Isn’t he poised for big things in Norman in 2022? Right you are, friend. Or rather right you were, before Williams shocked the college football world earlier this week, announcing that he would be entering the transfer portal effective immediately.
NORMAN, OK
Burnt Orange Nation

Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Eastern Michigan, NFL alum Charlie Batch offers Caleb Williams $1 million to transfer to his alma mater

The NCAA transfer portal has acted as a well of entertain so far this year, with top-rated players like former Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Caleb Williams entering the portal. The reaction to which has been equally entertaining. Former Pittsburgh Steelers and Detroit Lions quarterback Charlie Batch, an alum of the Eastern Michigan Eagles, took to social media earlier this week to call on Williams to transfer to his former school.
AUSTIN, TX
247Sports

Charlie Batch offers Caleb Williams $1 million to transfer to Eastern Michigan

Oklahoma quarterback Caleb Williams made one of the more notable moves in college football this week, announcing he was entering his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal. While multiple major schools are expected to be in the mix for Williams, one of the smaller schools out there made their pitch to Williams on social media on Tuesday.
GEORGIA STATE