What does an NFL player do during months of forced lockout and unending labor disputes with football team owners?
Some athletes are working out with teammates, but Denver safety David Bruton has set himself on a different path — he’s spending the lockout as a substitute teacher at his old high school in Ohio, teaching social studies.
Bruton, who majored in political science and sociology at Notre Dame, applied for and received a one-year substitute teacher’s license from the Ohio Department of Education.
“It’s nice to be able to give back to my community.”
(READ the story in Yahoo Sports)