It seems that the NFL, along with all their other negotiations, are exploring options regarding kids, recruiting, and future professional players.
It makes sense. Imagine having a program, a farm system of sorts, which identifies potential future football stars, provides training and education, bringing them up to be well rounded, and well known professional football stars.
Each professional team could have its own program. Guiding kids and athletes, molding them to one day fit in with the future of the NFL.
I think this is a great idea. Probably would be cost effective (cost less than some of these modern day multi gazillion dollar contracts) And it wouldn’t cost anybody any draft picks either.
So congratulations to the Vikings, the NFL and most importantly Brett Favre and his family for kick starting this wonderful program.