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A.J. Hawk Says He's Inspired to Pursue a Career in Broadcasting

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A.J. Hawk Says He's Inspired to Pursue a Career in Broadcasting

After his attendance at the NFL's offseason Broadcast Bootcamp last week, it probably wouldn't be surprising to listen to Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk as a color commentator or an analyst for a major network such as Fox, CBS, ESPN or the NFL Network in a few years time.

It's a profession Hawk said he'd like to tackle (pun intended), according to an article published at the NFL Player Engagement website.

“This has been an amazing experience,” Hawk is quoted as saying. “I am inspired to pursue a career in this field after learning more than I thought I would.”

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FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

That's swell. How 'bout you get inspired to get a couple picks or cause a few fumbles this year too.

Lucky953's picture

He'll always be assignment sure in the booth.

ben's picture

Moses & jones should start at mlb. A shame bishop is gone.

Fi crane's picture

He pursues. He does not catch. But having lived through John Anderson at ol his last three years.

packsmack25's picture

He has a face for radio, for sure.

Billy Pilgrim's picture

Why wait...start that new career today!

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