"They think they'll play forever, [so] they take it with a little more [of a] grain of salt when we talk about the importance of finishing, getting your degree and getting yourself ready to enter into your second career," Swayne said. "We really only have two or three guys — [Joe Flacco] of course, and Terrell Suggs — who could make an argument that they won't have to work another day in their life. Even the Ray Rices of the world, it's hit or miss. We're talking about 60 some odd years after you last played in the NFL. Most of them just on sanity alone will be working somewhere. So getting them prepared for that, getting them interested in that, getting them ready for that, that's the lion's share of my time."