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Rams rookies share their dream jobs if they weren't playing football

Rams Wire logo Rams Wire 6/19/2021 Cameron DaSilva
a person in a blue uniform on a baseball field: Los Angeles Rams' Tutu Atwell runs a drill during NFL football practice in Thousand Oaks, Calif., Thursday, May 27, 2021. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo) © File photo Los Angeles Rams' Tutu Atwell runs a drill during NFL football practice in Thousand Oaks, Calif., Thursday, May 27, 2021. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)

Only a tiny portion of football players make it to the NFL, leaving a lot of guys who were good in college searching for other career paths. Nine prospects earned the chance to be drafted by the Rams and another 10 were signed as undrafted free agents, so they’ll get a chance to make a living in the NFL.

But if they weren’t professional football players, what would Tutu Atwell, Bobby Brown III and the other rookies be doing for a living? They were posed that question in the latest video shared by the Rams and some of their answers were pretty funny.

Atwell would want to be a football coach, but Chris Garrett says his dream job would be “working at a zoo or something, being around the animals – that would be fun.”

Linebacker Ernest Jones enjoys fishing, so naturally, he would want to be a fisherman.

Check out the video below, with their answers coming in the second half of the segment.

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