With the NFL Lockout still in place and the 8th Circuit Court needing until June 3 to decide the owners' appeal on the injunction, players are unable to work out at team facilities. However, that has not stopped players from organizing workouts with their teammates.
Safety Brian Dawkins organized a short-notice workout in Denver on Tuesday, which had 15 players attend, reports the Denver Post. Other players who attended included quarterback Kyle Orton, wide receiver Eric Decker and defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson. Orton will be in a quarterback competition with Tim Tebow, who did not attend. And as of now, Vickerson is a starter at defensive tackle.
However, given the number of players, they did not do an actual practice. But for those who did not receive them on the one day they could, playbooks were handed out. These players will need to be ready for John Fox's playbook whenever training camp or the season starts.
There is another workout scheduled for Thursday.