Originally Posted by Reality
As an active athlete for most of my life, I'm quite familiar with why hamstring injuries can occur. That said, the training staff is responsible for insuring players stay hydrated and stretch appropriately. One or two hamstring issues is quite common on teams, but the rash of issues we had earlier in the season and in training camp definitely makes you wonder how thorough they do their job and the routines and training techniques they employ with the players.
That is not to say Woicik or any one person is to blame, but just like the coaching staff, there are certain expectations of the training staff as well. Sometimes, good coaches get replaced due to poor performance when it is not their fault, but the NFL is a results driven league.
Maybe, but I think it is more of a reflection on how well the players do on their own in the offseason and how well they stay in football shape. If a player like Miles who has isues with Hamstrings does not stay in sprinting shape in the offseason, training camp is going to take a huge toll .