Everybody remember Mark Chmura? The former Packers tight end, famously popular in Green Bay despite some pretty questionable moral choices, was acquitted of sexual assault and child enticement charges back in 2001 after a teenager accused him of raping her at a post-prom party. Chmura, a guy with a golden image before the trial (he even had considered a career in politics, famously denouncing President Clinton during the Monica Lewinsky fiasco), has been mostly out of the public eye since the trial.
But hey, what more we good for here but to bring people back in the public eye? A reader tips us off that the once-bronzed Packer is now working as a research assistant at The Boyle Law Group in Milwaukee. Chmura is featured on the firm's site, though, perhaps wisely, his biography is listed as "coming soon."