Why offseason NFL workouts? Coaches are control freaks
When Albert Haynesworth failed to appear at a recent Redskins minicamp and was fined $10,000 by the team, the media were all over the story.
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Saint Cloud, FL
#1 Jun 28, 2010
As a fan this is a ridiculous article and argument. Did it occur to you that the fans who ultimately pay these gifted atheletes their salary, don't see anything wrong with those players learning there new systems and putting the best product on the field. The fans would love to be in the same situation of having to work six months per year for the kind of dollars these guy make. When new coaches come in with new systems, it takes time to get everyone on the same page and evaluate the players that they have. It takes time and repitition to become a good team. I feel certain that most fans hope their team is competitve from the first day of the season. In the end it's all about the wins and losses. The teams that are best prepared win and make fans happy and the games fun to watch.
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