OTA Notebook: Panthers have strong turnout for workouts

Sir Purr

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Mar 16, 2019

"I hope it just means they enjoy being around each other," Rhule said. "You can train anywhere, but the biggest thing is I believe you build teams through shared experiences. You build a team by being around each other, by doing things you like to do and don't like to do together. Our staff never really got to know each other until after the year, until we went to the Senior Bowl. We were restricted; we weren't allowed to have three or four guys go to dinner. Now is a great time to me, to build some kind of unity amongst the staff, unity amongst the team, so we know everybody in the building is there for one purpose.

"I understand when guys aren't here, everyone has their own stuff to deal with, but when guys are here, it just makes it more fun."