Outside of Antonio Brown, Le'Veon Bell and Odell Beckham Jr. are arguably the two biggest names to change NFL teams this offseason, and yet both are just now showing up to their respective spring programs after forgoing voluntary workouts with their new teammates.
Offseason gatherings have long been a point of contention among fans, players and the media. Players often use holdouts to express a desire for a new contract.
When, if ever, is it right to be upset about a player skipping voluntary activities?
Former NFL veteran Danny Kanell had a very different opinion from Raja Bell, co-host of "Kanell & Bell," on Tuesday's podcast.
"I would say most teams I was on, the OTAs had 100-percent attendance, or 98-percent attendance if somebody had a personal issue, a death in the family, a sickness," Kanell said. "I have a massive problem with these guys thinking they are bigger than the team and that they can just do their own thing. Is football a team sport or an individual sport?"