After a somewhat boring offseason involving free agency, the players for the Arizona Cardinals officially are back at work on Monday, albeit in a voluntary capacity. On Monday, Arizona will begin their offseason workouts, the first of three stages of the offseason.
For the next two weeks, only strength and conditioning coach John Lott will be able to work with the players. They cannot wear pads or helmets. In fact, unless there are quarterbacks throws to receivers (uncovered).
The players, who don't start collecting paychecks for their contracts until the regular season begins, will get paid $155 per day for the workouts, as long as they work out at least three of the four days.
For rules compliance, the NFL requires that teams film these offseason drills and they must save those videos until 30 days of the regular season have passed.
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