Cleveland, Ohio-Browns center and NFLPA chairman JC Tretter wrote Thursday that he believes the 2020 season shows that the league’s offseason plan is not as necessary as previously thought.
Tretter wrote on the NFLPA website that the success of the new coach and the first-year coach, the success of the rookie, and the success of the newly formed team are why representatives in OTA and mini training camps may not take seriously. Some people think The reason for the importance. The league actually had an offseason plan in the spring. NFC contenders, the New Orleans Saints, completely cancelled their offseason plan this season.
Trevor wrote: “After this change, we have no reason to go back to the previous offseason plan.”
He pointed out that even if the offseason and training camp time are limited, and there are no preseason games, these data still show a high quality of games. He also reviewed the CBA in 2011 and cancelled the two-day practice. This was a controversial move at the time, but the move he wrote created a higher quality of the game, and he said that some former players said it was OK Change the career change.
Tretter also wrote a lot of sloppy scenes, and many people worried that the less time on the court did not happen.
He wrote: “Starting from low-scoring games, a lot of free throws and more turnovers, sloppy performance is usually obvious.” Historically speaking, all of this is due to insufficient practice time to hone our fundamentals. . But this year we saw the opposite situation. Compared with last year, the scoring in each game has reached the highest level in history, the number of free throws has decreased, and there have been fewer tackle errors.
“We don’t need to intervene between April and June. There is no need at all.”
Currently, the offseason is scheduled to start in April, and the start time depends on whether the team is a new coach or an old coach. The first stage includes adjustment and no field work. The organized team activities include 10 practices after the draft, which are voluntary. There is also a mandatory mini training camp, and most teams are held in June at the end of the program.
The team also plans for rookies, including a mandatory rookie mini training camp in one of the two weekends after the draft. Tretter did not specifically mention the rookie program in his post.
As you might expect, Coach Browns paid high tribute to Treter and his work as NFLPA chairman, but did not agree with the idea of abolishing the offseason plan.
Offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt said: “Obviously, as a coach, we want them to be coaches in the spring.” “As a quarterback and quarterback coach, this is We are talking about footwork, details, protection and adjustment, and everything we need psychologically. The precious time missed in the spring.”
Van Pelt recalled attending quarterback school as a player as part of the offseason plan, which was lost due to the 2011 collective bargaining agreement.
“Everyone’s health and safety are the most important,” Van Pelt said. “But if we can get together, we as coaches will be happy to let them join, because there are so many things that haven’t gone through. OTA did not miss it, look and see the different problems that have arisen. You put all this money in the vault used throughout the season.”
Special team coordinator Mike Priefer (Mike Priefer) said that he hopes that this year’s offseason plan will change, but he said he would never want to cancel.
Priffer said: “I think this is very important for the development of our young players, especially our draft picks, college free agents and real players from other teams who integrate them into our dressing room and Let every player be around the other.”
Privor said he understands the source of Trett’s position, but still thinks the plan is valuable.
He said: “Part of keeping us all moving forward in the spring is team camaraderie, building chemistry in the locker room, and understanding and watching your players and telling them what you expect of them.”
Tretter believes that players can do what needs to be done during the offseason.
“Our players are professionals,” he wrote. “They understand what they need to prepare. Many of us train all year round to reach the top. They also study their own scripts to prepare psychologically.”
Offseason planning may become the focus of future negotiations, especially as the league continues to expand the number of games, they have already done something by adding a playoff team in every meeting this season-two more games Wild card game-and plan to expand to the 17th game of the regular season as soon as possible next season, so as to do more.
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