By Tim Graham
Although Kelvin Fisher couldn't stick with the New York Jets as an undrafted rookie fullback in 1992, he didn't lose his love for the game.
But rather than get into scouting or coaching at the time, he chose to use his Arizona State education. He majored in social work and minored in criminal justice.
Fisher became a juvenile probation officer in the Phoenix area until 1996 and worked for child-protective services in Portland, Ore., until 1999.
Fourteen years later, the Buffalo Bills' new director of college scouting looks back on those days with a bemused laugh.