Every team in the AFC West has had some sort of player-organized workouts.
Last week, Oakland defensive lineman Richard Seymour footed the bill for a four-day camp in Georgia in which more than 30 players attended. In Jacksonville, Denver second-year quarterback Tim Tebow did the same with some Broncos’ receivers.
Do you think these player-led workouts will help the teams once the lockout is over or do you think workouts without the supervision of coaches is a waste of time? Please voice your opinion in our poll.
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