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NFL coaches take break from Combine to visit Hooters

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The life of an NFL coach can be a hard one, especially during combine week when all coaches leave their families behind and travel to Indianapolis to watch hundreds of NFL hopefuls in action.

Brothers Rex and Rob Ryan of the New York Jets and New Orleans Saints respectively took a break from the scouting combine to visit the Indianapolis branch of Hooters, the popular restaurant.

Hooters posted the picture above on their twitter account along with the caption: "Rex Ryan of the Jets & Rob Ryan of the Saints visit #HootersIndyDowntown. #NFLCombine. #stepintoawesome"

Hooters was founded in Florida in 1983 and currently are in 430 locations worldwide. The restaurant chain is known for having attractive female servers in revealing outfits.

According to their official website:

"Hooters Girls are the very essence of Hooters. Trained to excel in customer service, they provide the energy, charisma and engaging conversation that keep guests coming back. Much more than just a pretty face, Hooters girls have game."

It seems that these two coaches appreciate the Hooters girls and lets hope that they can now keep their eye on the job at hand of assessing talent at the combine.

The NFL scouting combine will take place this weekend with players participating in drills from Saturday to Tuesday.

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