Just getting something off my mind, as we continue with training camp. You hear so many stories in sports about certain superstars, and how hard they work, and how they are the first to get to the gym and the last to leave. It just seems to me that so many times, the hardest workers are the elite players. For the Patriots, this year's offseason award winners were: Tedy Bruschi, Jabar Gaffney, Stephen Gostkowski, Logan Mankins, Sammy Morris, James Sanders, Vince Wilfork, and Ty Warren. It will be interesting to see how they all do this season, but I expect nice seasons from all of them. Alot of people are pondering who will be the 3rd receiver between Gaffney and Jackson. Well, it appears as though Gaffney is going the extra mile to make sure he's the one. Richard Seymour prefers to work out at home in the offseason, and we see him being injured all the time, and not living up to his God given talent. In fact, many have posted right here that Wilfork and Warren have been playing better than Seymour. Is it related to the extra mile they go in the offseason? I know, I know, Seymour has lost 10 pounds, and claims to be in great shape. Heck, I've lost 10 pounds also, from giving up cheeseburgers. Let's see what type of year he has, and then we can readdress this. I don't know if you will all agree with me, but if I'm a wealthy athlete, with free time on my hands, I'm working out all the time, I'm paying for a personal trainer, I'm going for that parking space. If I played a kids game for a living, and being in the best shape made me better, got me richer, and kept me healthy, THAT'S what I'd be doing. Thoughts? Ideas? Quotes? Musings? Lies?