• Bears begin offseason workouts Tuesday

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Apr 1, 2013
    According to the Collective Bargaining Agreement, teams led by new head coaches can begin voluntary offseason workouts on Monday. These beginning workouts for teams with new head coaches may not tell us much about how these clubs will play when the regular-season games begin in September. More than 60 players returned to Berea for the start of the Cleveland Browns’ voluntary offseason workouts and meetings on Monday. And on Tuesday, the Bears, who hired Mark Trestman in January, will begin their organized training, too, as Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune noted. These next two weeks will be an opportunity for the players to get acclimated to our offseason program, spend some time getting to know each other and also to have some meeting time with their position coaches before having our first organized on-field work on April 16.” “The biggest thing you have to do is look at the symmetry of their body, an overall evaluation of their body mass, and then, configure what their lean muscle mass is to their fat pounds, look at their hydration levels, flexibility,” Roll told ClevelandBrowns.com.
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      More than 60 players attended the Browns’ first day of voluntary offseason workouts Monday in Berea.
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