"Everything is going to be as healthy as possible," assistant strength and conditioning coach Will Greenberg told ESPN. "The idea is if we can give [players] as many good nutrients as possible while they're here, there's going to be times where guys go and they want cheeseburgers somewhere -- they're going to have that, that's going to be their choice, that's fine. But if we can give them three meals here and maybe a take-home meal, that's a great chance for guys to eat healthy all the time."
Just because they're eating healthy doesn't mean they're munching on celery sticks and bundles of kale all day.
-700 pounds of rotisserie chicken per week
-600 pounds of imported grass fed beef from New Zealand
-300 pounds of salmon
Gotta get those daily fruits and veggies too:
-60 pounds of broccoli per day
-56 pounds of strawberries per day
-50 bunches of asparagus per day
Hear that, kids? Stay gluten-free as much as possible, lean proteins, and lots of vegetables and you can one day grow to be a 6-foot-3, 300-pound three-time Pro Bowler.