Camp Last Chance
Go behind-the-scenes at The Spring League, where players such as Ahmad Bradshaw, Greg Hardy, David Ash and more hoped a good showing would lead to an NFL invite.
For all the players who get a shot to make an NFL roster every year, there are countless others stuck on the outside, consumed by getting one more chance to play in the league. That's why Brian Woods dreamed up The Spring League, an independent organization that held its inaugural season during a three-week period in April at the Greenbrier Sports Performance Center in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. And you'll recognize some of the names on display. The two biggest were Ahmad Bradshaw, who has had 11 surgeries in nine years but was also a key player on two Super Bowl-winning teams, and former All-Pro defensive lineman Greg Hardy, who has dealt with both on- and off-the-field issues, specifically domestic violence charges in 2014. Ben Tate, Anthony "Boobie" Dixon and Sam Montgomery also took part in the showcase. We were there to capture it all as the players tried to catch the eyes of NFL scouts.