Vilma: "We’re more committed than other teams" | ProFootballTalk
Since the Saints system is stable, Brees and Vilma can work on their schemes during the lockout. Players with new coaches and playbooks to learn can’t get the same kind of work in.
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If the NFL gets its problems solved, teams that get to full speed quickly will have a big advantage heading into next season. Mike Freeman says players like Jonathan Vilma are why the Saints will be among the leaders of the pack.
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Leaders such as Jonathan Vilma make sure the Saints' players stay sharp. "... [W]e know this is a time when a player can slip through the cracks. You can get soft. You can say, 'I'm taking this week off. I'm partying tonight.' And pretty soon you're out of shape. No one on this team is doing that because of guys like Drew [Brees] and the leaders we have on this team. Everyone is working twice as hard because they don't want to relax a minute and get soft," Vilma said.
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Privately, many coaches like the NFLCA brief | ProFootballTalk
As coaching staffs from more and more teams continue to claim that the brief filed by the NFL Coaches Association on behalf (supposedly) of all NFL coaches, we're hearing that plenty of coaches privately are pleased with the efforts of the NFLCA to attempt to lift the lockout.