Several NFL players have started preparing for the offseason workouts at their respective teamâ€™s facilities and gyms. NFL players are focusing on their lifting weights, running, stretching and massages.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme had met the former teammateâ€™s safety Nick Sorensen and punter Dave Zastudil at a local recreation center on Tuesday. The three teammates are seemed for each other while lifting the weights and spending time at the gyms. They also discussed about their family matters and the labor situation, as some of the gym members take note on the NFL players. Before the NFL season starts, league has been locked out the NFL players. There are nearly six months to start the next NFL season in 2011. The Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Camarillo got an LA fitness membership in Miami. He said that he has been trying out with regular gym exercises, which he was trying to create physical stamina and strength.
Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday and member of the national football league playerâ€™s association executive board, said that, he was working hard to fit and staying in shape. Several NFL players are moving to work out their fitness at St. Vincent Sports Performance in Indianapolis and Elite Performance Factory at Westlake Village in California. St. Vincent is providing the hospital-affiliated facility to upgrading its equipments to replicate the inside of the NFL complex and few teams also visited St. Vincent Sports Performance. The teamâ€™s officials are happy with the facilities over the training bases. The director of the St. Vincent Sports Ralph Reiff is providing the facilities upto the players comfortable and fitness for the medical needs of those rehabilitating injuries. Reiff stated that, 11 NFL players were doing their fitness at St.Vincent earlier this week, which includes New England Patriots receiver Deion Brach, Indianapolis Colts linebacker Brackett and Carolina Panthers punter Jason Baker. He is also expecting to increase the players in the coming off season. Reiff stated that it is a great business point and he added $1,000 deposit with $70 per player every day. The St. Vincent will not charge tax; it is deductible for the NFL players.