Saints report for offseason conditioning

Kristian Garic
April 23, 2019 - 8:20 am

We like to say it’s always Saints season, and this week is evidence that our WWL mantra rings true.  Football season is not far away, evidenced by this week’s NFL Draft, and Saints veterans reporting to off-season conditioning today. 

Phase one of the off-season program begins with weight room and endurance work.  No field activity or organized practices are allowed, until phase three of the off-season.

“The season is around the corner, it’s almost here now.  Everybody is looking forward to seeing each other and getting this season rolling,” said Saints left tackle Terron Armstead.

The off-season conditioning program is designed for newly acquired players (free agents) to get acclimated to their new team and allow the veteran holdovers from the previous year to start getting ready for the season.   The off-season conditioning and OTA’s (organized team activities) are voluntary.  The only portion that is mandatory is the team minicamp June 11th through the 13th. 

Typically the Saints have very good participation with nearly 100% of the players under contract attending.

Defensive end Cameron Jordan looks to be ready.

Pinky (anyone trying to ask): what are we going to do...? Me: Plan to take over the WORLD!!!! #Whodatnation #GodIzLove

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