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CSU alum’s NFL connection

By Jan Joslin | January 31, 2020
CSU alum Jordan Lane interns with Green Bay Packers as athletic trainer
CSU alum Jordan Lane (left) interns with Green Bay Packers as an athletic trainer. Photo provided

Jordan Lane has covered a lot of ground since receiving his CSU athletic training degree in 2017. He’s earned a Master of Science in advanced athletic training from the University of South Carolina, worked with the USC football team and served as a graduate assistant at Benedict College, a Division II HBCU.

Currently, Lane can be found on the sidelines with the Green Bay Packers where he is completing a yearlong athletic training internship. The move from South Carolina to Wisconsin hasn’t been a big adjustment since Lane grew up in Connecticut.

“Green Bay in general has a slower pace than Charleston which I enjoy, and you’ll be hard pressed to find a more supportive community due to its incredible history, including being the only publicly owned, not-for-profit professional team in the U.S.,” said Lane. “The people are just as down-to-earth and as friendly as South Carolina, and I wouldn’t change anything about this experience for the world.”

Most NFL athletic trainers complete two or three yearlong internships before landing a permanent position.

Learn more about Lane’s NFL adventure in the spring issue of CSU Magazine, out in March.


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