• Offseason programs kicking off

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Apr 16, 2013
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Around the NFC West: Offseason programs

      Around the NFC West: April 16, 2013 Never once can I recall an NFL head coach lamenting poor attendance for an offseason conditioning program. Perhaps it has happened and I simply missed it. More often, coaches rave about high attendance rates, the impl…
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    • Lions, Packers begin offseason programs

      Monday brought the opening of two more NFC North offseason programs, which in the context of mid-April is big news in these parts. The Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers have opened their doors for voluntary workouts, joining the Chicago Bears, who beg…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Stafford, Lions still expected to get new deal done

      Joe Flacco and Tony Romo got their new contracts, but we aren’t done hearing about quarterbacks cashing in with their current teams. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are expected to settle on a deal that keeps Rodgers in Green Bay with plenty of greenbacks
  • 21 NFL teams begin offseason workout program on Monday

    Monday is April 15, which is Tax Day in the United States, Patriot's Day in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the day that 21 of the 32 teams in the National Football League begin their offseason workout programs. Along with the eight teams that hi…
    Source: yahoo.com
    • Giants’ Offseason Workout Program Begins Today

      The Giants’ offseason program begins today at TPC. It is strictly “voluntary” as per the latest CBA….Voluntary offseason workout programs are intended to provide training, teaching and physical conditioning for players. As per Article 21 of the Co

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