Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Coaches, team officials gather for Mass at NFL combine

Tom Coughlin, NY Giants head coach
In his homily, Fr. Baraniak challenges men to embody in their work Lord's kindness, mercy

INDIANAPOLIS — Coaches, scouts and front office personnel from all 32 National Football League teams have gathered in mid-February in Indianapolis for years for several intensive days of analyzing hundreds of top college football players who are eligible for the NFL draft, which starts May 8 this year.

It’s called the NFL Scouting Combine and involves the players participating in a series of drills and interviews. With more members of the media attending the event each year, players and team coaches and officials also participate in several high-profile news conferences.

It’s called the NFL Scouting Combine and involves the players participating in a series of drills and interviews. With more members of the media attending the event each year, players and team coaches and officials also participate in several high-profile news conferences.

But while the hustle and bustle of the Combine continued at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, more than 100 Catholic coaches and other team officials stepped away to spend time in prayer and fellowship.
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