There has been a of talk surrounding former NFL quarterbacks Tony Romo and Jay Cutler hanging up their cleats for a seat in a television broadcast booth this fall.
They aren’t the only players (former and current) looking at moving on to broadcasting, however. New York Jets running back Matt Forte and recently retired linebacker DeMarcus Ware, along with Roman Harper and Barry Cofield, were all gathered in one spot to learn about the business on Tuesday.
Here’s a couple shots of them all sitting in on NFL Films’ NFL Broadcast Boot Camp.
Class in session at NFL Broadcast Boot Camp here at NFL Films. Recognize any of these dudes? pic.twitter.com/8Lv0tcJPcG
— Ross Tucker (@RossTuckerNFL) May 16, 2017
— SiriusXM NFL Radio (@SiriusXMNFL) May 16, 2017
Ware retired a Dallas Cowboy, and it appears he is already training for his next job.
As for Forte, his NFL career is slowly winding down as he begins his second season with the Jets at the age of 31. He also appears to be contemplating wearing a suit instead of football gear very soon.
Both guys have amazing personalities and keep in touch with fans via social media on a regular basis. Either of them would be great to see as an analyst or broadcaster in the future.