East West Shrine Game

January 22, 2011 by staff 

East West Shrine Game, (CP) – The NFL has teamed up with a financial group to help players joining the league to avoid investment fraud. Potential players and their families can obtain such advice before Saturday East / West Shrine Game in Orlando, Fla., and Senior Bowl next week in Mobile, Ala. The NFL will host presentations and booths information.

Players will learn how to choose the right financial adviser, make a good background check and learn more about the risks of indebtedness.

The league is working with one arm investor education of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

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The Kansas City Chiefs are in Orlando, Florida today for the annual East West Shrine game as a scout for players who can improve their team.
Middle-West Shrine game is the first of two college All-Star Game to come in the coming weeks. Today’s game will not start major functions. The game is more east west for the guys at the rear end of the project and can be drafted free agents looking to get more exposure to scouts NFL. Most, if not all these guys will not receive invitations to the scouting combine so it’s their chance to impress.

Yet today’s match is important. While most of these players never make it in the NFL, there’s always a diamond in the rough. Last year, WR Blair White has attracted the attention of the Indianapolis Colts. They have not signed the bill, but as a free agent WR. White finished his rookie season with 36 receptions for 355 yards and 5 hit.
Other players not drafted. Emmanuel Sanders played last year and was taken in the 3rd round by the Pittsburgh Steelers and TE Andrew Quarless wad taken in the 5th round by the Green Bay Packers.
The game will begin at 16 hours and, unfortunately, on NFL Network and much of you (including me) will not be able to watch it.

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