A day in mini-camp
Ted Kluck endures the agony of training at mini-camp. And he has the bumps and bruises to prove it.
I once interviewed a boxing manager who said that nervousness is the adult version of crying. If that's the case, then right now I'm bawling my eyes out. Think Dick Vermeil watching "Beaches."
In a matter of minutes, I'll be hurling myself against real professional football players -- guys who are bigger, faster and stronger than I am. They are milling around now in that time honored tradition of looking tough and sizing each other up before a first practice. Sidelong glances are exchanged, ...
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