It's the deadzone of the NFL so not a lot is going on, as you can tell by my lack of forced posts... since there's not much we haven't already covered. Paul Kuharsky of ESPN's AFC South blog had an interesting idea however, where he asked some of the rookies in the division what they would be doing without football.
Here's what second-round pick Andre Branch had to say:
"My god brother owns some group homes in the Richmond, Va., area, that's what I'd be doing. My degree is in sociology with a minor in education. I love working with kids. The Richmond area has a lot of underprivileged kids and I'd probably be working with them, kids that don't have anywhere to go. I love kids and I just really like the idea of being able to help people out that need it."
Nice answer from Branch and I wouldn't be shocked to see him out and about in the community working with children.