NFL players have to do things differently during the offseason of COVID-19. This is usually the time most players are working out at team facilities. But with those closed for the foreseeable future, it’s all about improvising.
Just ask young Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Ed Oliver, who completed his workout Wednesday morning riding a horse.
While Oliver might be playing in Western New York, he is a true Texan. Riding that horse before 8 in the morning as part of a workout is just next-level Lonestar State stuff.
Oliver did not find himself as a top-10 pick last year by sitting idly by. Here’s a dude who dominated competition at college, primarily due to his freakish 6-foot-3, 292-pound frame.
A little quarantine is not going to stop this dude.