Q&A: Hines Ward discusses future plans 

May, 2, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- If Hines Ward ever jumps into the coaching profession, he hopes it will be at his alma mater, Georgia.

The recently retired NFL receiver made that abundantly clear during an interview session with reporters Monday at the UGA Golf Course before the celebrity pro-am for the Stadion Classic at UGA.

Ward recently attended several of Georgia’s spring practices to see things from the coaches’ perspective and get a better idea whether he might like to try that side of the sport someday. He also is considering a future in broadcasting, having recently discussed with several networks the possibility of working as an NFL analyst.

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