Look: Joseph-Day and Higbee training with Saffold, Fox and other former Rams

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While we don’t yet know what offseason workout programs will look like across the NFL this year, players are training and getting ready in case the league does hold traditional OTAs and minicamps. Sebastian Joseph-Day, Tyler Higbee and Johnny Mundt were seen training together this week, but not just in the weight room.

They played a few games of medicine ball volleyball, which is as challenging and exhausting as it sounds. Joseph-Day shared a clip on Twitter for his followers to see, and while he may make it look fun, there’s nothing easy about throwing a medicine ball repeatedly over a net.

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There were a lot of recognizable faces training with Joseph-Day-Higbee and Mundt. Former Rams such as Morgan Fox, Samson Ebukam, John Kelly and Mike Thomas also played medicine ball volleyball, as spotted on trainer Taylor Ramsey’s Instagram stories, while Joseph-Day took a photo with guard Rodger Saffold.

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Fox signed with the Panthers this offseason, while Ebukam joined the 49ers as a free agent. But they’re sticking around in L.A. for now, training with some of their former teammates.

Check out the second photo in the post below for the shot of Joseph-Day, Fox and Saffold.

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Additionally, Jordan Fuller has been training at the Sports Academy in Los Angeles, putting in work ahead of his second season in the NFL.

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