HOUSTON (AP) — While his Atlanta Falcons teammates are enjoying a little down time, Ben Garland is hard at work.
He’s watching plays on his iPad and jotting down a few tips in a spiral notebook.
No time to relax.
He’ll have a lot to remember come Sunday.
Garland could be one of the rare players to play both sides in the Super Bowl, since he’s a backup on Atlanta’s offensive and defensive lines, in addition to his special-team duties.
“It’s a lot of studying, a lot of homework, a lot of film work,” Garland said. “But it’s totally worth it.”
The 28-year-old Garland played defensive tackle during his college career at the Air Force and early in his NFL career, but he wound up…