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4 Vertical Jump Training Mistakes

Sports are decided by a split-second or a couple inches and what separates elite athletes from the rest of the pack is their explosiveness....

By: Mitch Gill

The Training That's Made Dwight Freeney an Ageless Pass-Rushing Wonder

Dwight Freeney is still terrorizing quarterbacks. The 37-year-old defensive end recently signed with the Seattle Seahawks, and his debut proved he'...

By: Brandon Hall

Former Teammates, Coaches Recall Sean Taylor's Legendary Work Ethic

Sean Taylor was one of the most electrifying defensive players in NFL history. Before his tragic death in November of 2007, Taylor had established ...

By: Brandon Hall

How Aaron Donald Dominated Two NFL Games in Five Days Despite Not Practicing All Summer

Two games in five days. It's one of the most grueling gauntlets an NFL player can endure, and ever since the induction of Thursday Night Football, ...

By: Brandon Hall

Watch Emmanuel Sanders Embarrass a Cowboys Cornerback With This Ridiculous Route

Emmanuel Sanders played a key role in the Denver Broncos' victory over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 2, recording six receptions for 62 yards and two tou...

By: Brandon Hall

The Training That Built Myles Garrett Into an NFL Pass-Rushing Monster

Football fans will have to wait a couple more weeks before they get to see Myles Garrett unleash his talents on the NFL. The Cleveland Browns rooki...

By: Brandon Hall

The Secret 6 a.m. Workouts That Propelled Tom Brady to His First Super Bowl Victory

Tom Brady's performance at the 2000 NFL Combine was horrendous. He ran a snail-like 5.28 in the 40-Yard Dash and recorded an abysmal 24.5-inch Vert...

By: Brandon Hall

Packers WR Geronimo Allison Reveals the One Drill Every Receiver Should Perform

When NFL receivers want to get better, they visit David Robinson. Robinson, who owns the skill training company "D-Rob Always Open," boasts a clien...

By: Brandon Hall

Rebuilding The Beast: How J.J. Watt Did The Impossible This Offseason

All J.J. Watt could do was walk. For two months last fall, the Houston Texans All-Pro defensive end became the world's greatest walker. Watt would ...

By: Brandon Hall

Why Greg Ward Jr. Could Become the Next Former College QB Turned Elite NFL Receiver

Playing quarterback in today's NFL is a monumental challenge. That's exactly why many former college quarterbacks choose to change positions when t...

By: Brandon Hall

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