The NFL recruiters dream job: a job in the private sector.
A former NFL player who is a consultant with a recruiting firm has landed the job of the new NFL recruitor, according to the source.
The former player told The News and Advance that he has had the job since March, and that the position is “a great one.”
He did not want to give details about the job, but said the job is a “top-tier position,” adding, “I’m getting paid like the best and will get to meet some of the best players in the NFL.”
He declined to give his name, and did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The job would not be paid on the spot, but he could earn as much as $25,000 a year, according the source, who did not wish to be identified because he did not know the details of the job.
The source also declined to reveal the name of the recruiter.
The position is based in Washington, D.C., and is not a full-time position.
It has an annual salary of $75,000.
It is a role that the NFL is looking to fill, the source said, but the salary would be contingent on the recruider being paid by the team.
The role is expected to pay a salary of about $75 to $100,000, according, and would likely be based in the Washington area.
The player, who was a linebacker with the Denver Broncos from 2002 to 2008, said he had “no clue” how much it would be.
A recruiter who did the recruiting for the NFL’s Denver Broncos in 2002, when the team was named the Washington Redskins, was a top-tier recruiter with a $75-per-year salary, according a former player.
That same recruiter later became a top recruiter at the Washington Chiefs, a former NFL executive who is now a college analyst for Fox Sports.