The NFL used to hold quite a few workouts in the off-season but the CBA has put fine restrictions one when teams can meet with players and where. Ask Peyton Manning. Today the Dolphins opened their first off-season training session. According to reports one of the first to arrive was Ryan Tannehill.
The training sessions are a quasi kick-off to the season for NFL clubs as they get their first look at the returning veteran players who have been off doing whatever they please since seasons end. The sessions are voluntary and it’s being reported that only Mike Wallace was absent. Wallace was spending time with family but is expected to arrive late Monday night in time for Tuesday.
The Dolphins have a lot to do to get ready for the 2014 season and with the draft only a few weeks away, seeing the players in the locker room is good head start to see what players have stayed in the best shape. After all work ethic these days is everything.
The Dolphins also got some good news as WR Brian Hartline was able to participate. Hartline is coming off a late season injury.
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