Offseason Academies Keep Nfl Players In Shape – Yahoo Sports

It was a small investment, though, considering the potential payoff. After attending the Bentley camp two summers ago, Geoff Schwartz went from a journeyman trying to stick with a team to a starter for the Chiefs, and then signed a four-year, $16.5 million deal with the Giants. ”If you play offensive line and you’re trying to get better,” opined Chance Warmack of the Titans, ”then that’s the place to go.” There are other places to go for other check it out positions, too. View gallery FILE – In this April 23, 2014, file photo, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald smiles a IMG Academy’s Athletic and Personal Development program in Florida promises ”deluxe housing, fine dining, cutting-edge training facilities and equipment, world-class fields” and even a full-service spa to those who attend its offseason programs. Those who have worked with the program, overseen by former NFL quarterback Chris Weinke, include Steelers tight end Heath Miller and Rams offensive lineman Rodger Saffold. Not all camps promise full-service spas, though.
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