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NFL Starter Works At A Convenience Store During The Offseason

Brian Hartline just signed a $30 million contract with the Miami Dolphins. He calls owning convenience stores “a dream.”

1. This is Brian Hartline. Hartline’s played wide receiver for four years in the NFL, and this offseason, he signed a five-year, $31 million contract with the Miami Dolphins. That’s a lot of money!

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But Hartline, who grew up in Canton, Ohio and majored in communications at Ohio State, doesn’t act like a rich dude. In fact, he acts very differently than a rich dude. For example: since January, he’s owned and worked in a drive-thru convenience store in his home state, and he talked about it on Dan Le Batard’s radio show this week. It’s called Smart Stop, and the interviewers couldn’t believe it.

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7. Listen to the interview here.

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