Former Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman reportedly has a new job, and it’s definitely not what you would have expected.
According to the Sporting News, Tillman has completed his training and is now a full-fledged FBI agent. Tillman, who retired from the NFL in 2016, reportedly entered training last year, and has completed that process.
According to Pro Football Talk, the FBI would not confirm the report.
Tillman spent 12 of his 13 NFL seasons with the Bears, forcing 42 fumbles and picking off 36 interceptions. He racked up nine touchdowns in his NFL career, all of which came during his time with the Bears.
According to FBI guidelines, a person cannot become a special agent after they turn 37 years old, and Tillman just turned 37 on Friday.