When Crawford Ker discusses his decision to sell his 24-unit Ker’s WingHouse chain to Tampa, Fla.-based private-equity firm Third Lake Capital, he speaks about finding the right teammates who would let him remain the hands-on chief executive, befitting the six seasons he spent as an offensive lineman in the National Football League. Third Lake acquired Largo, Fla.-based Ker’s WingHouse in early July for an undisclosed amount. Now the former Dallas Cowboy is looking to leverage ...

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