While players recover from all the bumps and bruises they may have endured during the season, they also use their time off to be with their family, go on vacation, and train to stay in the best shape possible. We wanted to check in on some of those guys who may have had a more interesting off-season than others! Edelman did something he had never done before as he shed his clothes, going completely bare bones in front a camera. The wide receiver, who is a big fan of eating burgers, decided to pose with one in some of the photos as the shutter clicked. The interview revealed that Edelman is a lot like us. He admitted that he is vulnerable in his own skin.
The more you hear about the behind-the-scenes world of the NFL in the '80s and '90s, the more you start to wonder if everyone involved in the league was under the influence of a powerful mind-altering agent. Former Bengals star Boomer Esiason shared a wild anecdote involving former Cincinnati coach Sam Wyche, a fancy sweatsuit and the kind of full-frontal male nudity usually reserved for a Westworld episode. According to Esiason, Wyche entered a meeting room two days before a game dressed in a sweatsuit Boomer: "It was back in the '80s, so everybody had matching sweatsuits and told Bengals safety David Fulcher that if he played well on Sunday, Wyche would give him said handsome sweatsuit as a reward. The Bengals would go on to win that Sunday in a game Fulcher thrived in.
Row Zed Top Tip: Never get completely naked in the changing room if you're stood directly in front of a live television film crew. We're not sure what's going on today, but there's nudity all over the place. S reporter Angela Cox got a little more than she bargained for when interviewing Australian rugby player Jarryd Hayne for breakfast show Sunrise. Hayne has been training with the San Francisco 49ers in the hope of securing a spot in their man squad, even if the decision to change sport isn't as easy as he first planned.
The Sporting News points out interview itself was "pretty routine," but the backdrop revealed several of Jones' teammates completely naked. SBNation said viewers could see a glimpse of one player's penis, several bare backsides and "one guy [who] looked like he was holding his junk on the way to the shower. Albert Breers, who conducted the interview, commented on the mishap on Twitter with an embarrassed face emoji.