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'Red Zone' pilot looking for football player extras

There's currently a casting call for experienced football players, ages 18+, who have played college football and graduated. There's currently a casting call for experienced football players, ages 18+, who have played college football and graduated.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Production crews for the upcoming series Red Zone are hoping some local football players can suit up for them.

There's currently a casting call for experienced football players, ages 18+, who have played college football and graduated. 

Production crews are interested in high school football players as well, but individuals wishing to be recruited at the NCAA level should not apply.

These special roles will pay more than regular extras.

Those selected need to be in Wilmington in mid-March when filming for the pilot is expected to begin.

If interested email your height, weight, age, football experience, and picture to REDZONE@gamechangingfilms.com.

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