An off-the-field look at Jordy Nelson

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Earlier this month, ESPN's Hannah Storm came to town to spend part of the day with Green Bay Packers receiver Jordy Nelson.

Tonight at 8 ET (7 local time), the product of that visit will air on ESPN2 in a "SportsCenter Special: NFL Face to Face with Hannah Storm."

Nelson along with four players – Arian Foster of the Texans, Alshon Jeffery of the Bears, Luke Kuechly of the Panthers and Patrick Peterson of the Cardinals -- will be featured.

Here's what Storm had to say about her visit with Nelson:

"What struck me about Jordy Nelson was how perfect he is for Green Bay. Jordy grew up on a farm and wants to return there when his NFL career is over. He loves the small-town feel of the Packers and the work ethic that is a big part of the fabric of the community and organization. He also has a great sense of humor, which matches that of his quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, and now finds himself as a veteran leader among the receiving corps."

In the piece, Nelson talked about remaining true to his small-town Kansas roots.

"Win or lose, you need to remember who you are," Nelson said. "And a lot of people go into the Super Bowl saying if you win it's going to change your life forever. It's obviously the pinnacle of our job. That's what you want to do is win a Super Bowl, but if that's the pinnacle of your life, you're going to come up short."