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So the top rivals 100 recruits, what happens to them if they do not make the NFL?

What do they do? Former football players tell me that they end up working blue collar jobs like factory work and some work as mailmen. Is that true?

Asked By: Lolz - 2/3/2010
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Some may... More
Answered By: Dave C - 2/3/2010
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LOL.... You're so stupid.....
Answered By: Norry - 2/3/2010
 
Depends...many end up in pretty bad situations and life sucks for them. However many realize that they have a golden opportunity to get a free education and take advantage of that chance and eventually end up in rewarding careers just like many of us. Some are literally dumb jocks but many are also bright kids who... More
Answered By: viphockey4 - 2/3/2010
 
they get regular careers, that's why they actually attend classes and declare a major
Answered By: Lions, Vikings, and Bears Suck - 2/3/2010
 
Sales.
Answered By: Doug - 2/3/2010
 
Indoor Football League CFL Arena Football UFL You know there are other leagues right?
Answered By: Seargent York - 2/3/2010
 
They join Alqeda
Answered By: Steve - 2/3/2010
 
most of them will get an education and do something else like a doctors . teachers chemists life is not all football
Answered By: nas88car 300 #48 = 4 - 2/3/2010
 
I'd say most get a pretty good job. You are required to maintain some type of passing GPA at the school. And I don't see why they would go through 4 years of school not get in the NFL and end up with a blue collar job.
Answered By: Johnny!!! - 2/3/2010
 
That's when you put that college degree to work.
Answered By: Haley the Tennessean. [: - 2/3/2010
 
Are you f*****g serious??? They get jobs like the rest of us.
Answered By: B Squared - 2/3/2010
 
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