Even though it's been three years since he was on an NFL roster, Clint Oldenburg still spends much of his time playing football. Virtually, that is.
A 6-foot-5, 300-pound former offensive tackle, Oldenburg starred at Colorado State before being drafted by the New England Patriots in 2007. Over the next few years he bounced around between the Patriots, Jets, Rams, Broncos, Vikings and Redskins before spending a few years in the Canadian Football League.
Shortly after getting released by the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Oldenburg joined EA Sports as a game play designer for the most popular football game in existence, Madden NFL. He is the first NFL veteran to work on the game.
ThePostGame caught up with Oldenburg recently at the E3 convention in Los Angeles to discuss his role on the game and what fans have to look forward to.
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