A Day in the Life of Eric Winston for ESPN.com

Eric Winston is a right tackle in the NFL and newly minted president of the NFLPA. He played his high school football at Lee High in Midland along with Cedric Benson where the team won three consecutive Texas state championships. He then went on to play his college ball at The U aka University of Miami where he was converted from a tight end to an offensive tackle. Upon graduation, he was drafted by the Houston Texans where he played for six years. A year in Kansas City  and a year in Arizona brings us to 2014. That's a whole lotta football.

I worked on a shoot for ESPN.com following Winston and documenting a day in the life of an NFL player during the off-season. You're probably thinking there was a Ferrari race down the highways with his buddies followed by 36 holes of golf followed by an expensive steak dinner and ending with a night of popping "mike-sized" champagne bottles. But I'll let you see for yourself.

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