Found January 24, 2013 on Fox Sports Ohio:
MOBILE, Ala. - They came, they saw and they asked questions. The eyes of the NFL, from coaches to scouts to those with fancy titles in between, were on 100 or so football players of various builds, various backgrounds and various skill sets. It was another Senior Bowl, the first with former Browns general manager Phil Savage in charge and the latest (and probably fanciest) edition of what's undoubtedly the best of the postseason all-star games. The game is played Saturday, but the real work is done during the week with the players being evaluated by day in NFL-structured practices and by night in interviews with potential employers. This Senior Bowl, like this April's draft, lacked big-name sizzle but has plenty of depth. The practices and interviews serve as the most important job interview any of the participants have encountered, and in many cases it's simply the biggest week of these young players' lives. It's a quasi-convention for coaches, agents and other ...
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