"Coaching in the Senior Bowl was very valuable to us in 2004, and we are excited to once again have this opportunity," Lewis said. "The top talent is always going to be at this game, and there's nothing like the evaluation you can get from actually coaching these players in practice and game situations."
"The hands-on work you do gives you a great insight into how guys learn and understand," Lewis said. "The work at a game like this is very fundamental, but it still can tell you a lot."
The game will take place at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala.
Senior Bowl practices are attended by general managers, head coaches, assistant coaches, scouts and other front office personnel from all 32 NFL teams.
The Senior Bowl is also a non-profit, charitable event which has donated more than $4.5 million to charity since 1989.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this story