The life of an NFL athlete can always become quite difficult, especially when one takes into account that many spend their entire lives to get to the NFL but can only stick for a few seasons if they’re lucky.
So what does an NFL player do when his career is over in a flash?
Former Oakland Raiders linebacker Miles Burris spent three seasons donning the Silver and Black and played in 38 games tallying 142 tackles before a slew of injuries inhibited him from returning to the level of play he thought he was capable of.
The sudden transition away from football provided Burris with some anxiety.
“My biggest fear leaving football was that I’d never have a passion like that again vocationally, and acting kind of rescued that,” Burris said via Raiders.com.

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