Milwaukee - Former Wisconsin tight end Troy Fumagalli's getting a chance to exhale.
Fumagalli's been working out non-stop since the Badgers' Orange Bowl victory, but now it's time to do a little relaxing. He got to throw out the first pitch at the Brewers' home opener, and now he has to wait and see if and when he gets drafted.
"There's so many things, so many different people want to talk to you, so many places you gotta be. I'm just embracing it," Fumagalli said at Miller Park. "I know that it only happens once in your lifetime. It's a really cool and unique opportunity. Just enjoying every ride for it. Looking at these last three weeks- are a little calmed down. I'm hanging out around Madison. A lot of the guys are. That's been really fun."
The 2018 NFL Draft runs from April 26-28 in Arlington, Texas.