Brian Hartline signed a 5-year, $31 million contract to remain with the Miami Dolphins last week. On Wednesday afternoon, Hartline went on the Dan LeBatard Show to chat about his contract. During the interview, Hartline casually mentioned that he was too busy working a drive thru to keep up with football news that day. LeBatard laughed it off, but was then amazed when he realized Hartline was serious. It turns out that Hartline and a friend own-and-operate a drive thru convenience store in Ohio. Brian Hartline will not be one of those broke athletes after he retires. [Philly Inquirer via @matt_mullin]
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