Where is Tony now ? Since retiring in 1988, Dorsett, has had several successful business ventures. He is the president, owner and CEO of Touchdown Products, the official bottled water of the NFL Retired Players Association. Dorsett and former Houston Oilers great Earl Campbell have entered a business together in which they put paid telephones in Texas jails. Dorsett also has a Dallas sports bar with former Cowboys Eugene Lockhart, Everson Walls and Alfredo Roberts. He also has a new line of barbeque sauces and marinades named after him. The Tony Dorsett sauces and marinades, made and developed by New Jersey based sauce manufacturer Thomas Foods, Inc., will initially be sold in Wal-Mart stores across most of Texas and in parts of Louisiana. Today he does acting and public speaking. He has performed on television's "The Young and The Restless". He also has done numerous NFL commentary on various network sports programs. In addition he has appeared in two movies "Neccessary Roughness and Kill Zone". Dorsett has also co-wrote his own autobiography titled, "Running Tough" - memoirs of a football maverick. In his spare time he is putting his effort and resources into helping out his community. Dorsett has created a campaign called "No Time for Drugs", which is a program delveloped through D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education). The program, which will celebrate the 20th anniversary of D.A.R.E Day on April 10, encourages athletes to give back to their local communities with their time, talents and donations. By allowing athletes to pinpoint exactly where their dollars go, D.A.R.E. gives athletes the power to have a positive impact on children in their hometown. Dorsett is not alone in his efforts. He has gotten several athletes -- including former Cowboys QB Troy Aikman, St. Louis Rams RB Marshall Faulk and Denver Broncos RB Terrell Davis, to be part of his "No Time for Drugs" campaign.