Timmy Jernigan’s Intense Training

The Fanimal Timmy Jernigan’s Intense Training

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The off-season is a scary time for a football team. It makes you wonder what the players are up to. You want them to stay out of trouble, but more than that, you want to make sure they stay in shape.

It appears as though Timmy Jernigan is trying to do just that.

Darnell Dockett, the Arizona Cardinals defensive linemen, who, like Timmy Jernigan, played at Florida State, missed the 2014 season with an ACL injury, but his recovery hasn’t made his workout regimen any easier – at least it isn’t 6 months after the injury.

I don’t like training/working out with people who bitch and complain. I really don’t like training with people period. My lil bro Timmy Jernigan @loko_indacut who now play for the Ravens and yes he went to FSU wanted to train with me and I had to make this an exception cuz I told him we would work together last season. I warned him Im not human and nothing I do will be easy, this what happened not only did he throw up 1x or 2x this is his 3rd time in 1hr. But he did not quit and it’s all Love, but Ravens fans yAll will thank me in 3months cuz he will be in the best shape of his life and he’s already a Dawg. #FSU #Dawgs #everybodyhatesFSU #loyalty #hethrewuponhisJs #hesaidDockimcrampin#isaididontgiveashitLETSGO #thatTHROWupStink

A video posted by Darnell Dockett (@dockett90) on

After all of that he stuck through it.

That’s dedication, and exactly what you want from a guy during a very long offseason – especially one who may be fulfilling a bigger role with the potential departure of Haloti Ngata.

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Tyler has followed Baltimore sports his entire life. His favorite player growing up was Steve McNair, so he was ecstatic when he became a Raven in 2006. When he’s in front of the TV watching the game, it’s best to avoid non-football discussion. It’s quite likely he isn’t listening anyway, as his girlfriend can attest to.

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