As a former NFL player, NFL training camp is where the real work begins, especially for rookies and un-drafted athletes who want to try and make a team.
Prior to training camp, you may have been on vacation or spending time with friends and family. But the fun is over the moment you are given your training camp room key. This is where the sweat and tears start. This is where nervous butterflies give you a constant uneasy feeling in your gut.
You start training camp by meeting with other players and coaches. There is a nervous excitement in the air and it seems that all the players have some jitters. Your mind plays games against your confidence and you find yourself asking questions like, Am I really good enough to play in the pros? What will I do if I don't make the team? What if I can't remember the plays we are taught? What happens if I get sick or injured?
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