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Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy no fan of proposed reduced offseason workout schedule

8:20 PM, Mar. 29, 2011
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Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy knows he's probably fighting a losing battle but if it were up to him, he'd keep the current system of offseason workouts in place.

Part of the new collective bargaining agreement - whenever one is reached - between the NFL and its players almost certainly will include a reduced offseason workload.

The players want it for two reasons: 1) They want more free time and 2) They believe it will reduce the stress on their bodies and in turn lower injuries. And the owners probably will end up caving in that area. ...

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