Double Duty

They already have a roof over their heads, but some Arena Football League players work second jobs
May 22, 2005

show me respect. They think it's cool to see me play, then come into work Monday." Salary: $15,000

HUGH HUNTER, Colorado Crush OL/DL Eight-year AFL vet, 32, was taken by the Jets in the sixth round of the 1996 draft. Never played in NFL; spent two years in NFL Europe. At 6'2", 265 pounds, he has 231/2 career sacks. Salary: Approximately $100,000 Owner, H&B Development Owns real estate firm with friend and Kats OL/DL James Baron. "We find old homes that need work, bring them to standard, then rent or resell them," he says. Works 12 hours a week and says, "Football has been good for me businesswise. It's taught me discipline." Salary: Undisclosed COLOR PHOTOJ. MERIC/WIREIMAGE.COM (GEORGE) COLOR PHOTOCOURTESY OF WARNER BROS. (BATMAN)
COLOR PHOTO DONN JONES/NASHVILLE KATS (MORABITO) COLOR PHOTO BRAND X PICTURES/GETTY IMAGES (BRIEFCASE) COLOR PHOTONICK DOAN/WIREIMAGE.COM (HUNDON) COLOR PHOTO COMSTOCK IMAGES/GETTY IMAGES (SCALES) COLOR PHOTOERIC LARS BAKKE (HUNTER) COLOR PHOTOTHINKSTOCK/GETTY IMAGES (SIGN)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)