INDIANAPOLIS, IN–Some look at Super Bowl Sunday as the day football goes into hibernation until August, which is when pre-season football gets underway.
Au contraire, mon frère. You are mistaken if you think football is fast asleep until the hot summer days of late July and August. It’s buzzing more than the bees at the break of spring with activity from morning to night. Scouts, coaches and GM’s are readying their draft boards, and no other place brings the NFL together like the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana in late February, and the annual NFL Draft that’s held in New York City in late April.
While the cheese heads cherish their well deserved fourth Super Bowl trophy, everyone else is attempting to get the jump on the defending Super Bowl Champions by finding and selecting the next Aaron Rodgers or Clay Matthews.