NFL players share valuable lesson on Capitol Hill

Forty-one NFL players have chosen to spend part of their off-season doing what they call externships, CBS News correspondent Nancy Cordes reports. They work for three weeks at places like Under Armour and the United Way. A few of them have come to Congress where they’re learning to tackle the partisan divide.

Like many offensive linemen, Los Angeles Chargers’ Cole Toner and Kansas City Chiefs’ Bryan Witzmann start their day at the gym. But from there, they hit Capitol Hill, swapping out their jerseys for suits. Click Here to Read the Full Story