New Orleans Saints Get An ‘F-‘ From Players On A League Survey
At the end of every season the NFL Players Association sends out a survey to the players to rate their organization.
The players are asked to rate their experiences during the season on a team report card. They grade things like the treatment of their families, player nutrition, their locker room, and much more.
Once all surveys have been returned, the NFL Players Association notifies the teams on how they graded.
Grades on the Saints Player Survey:
Team travel: A+
Strength coaches: A
Training staff: A
Locker room: A
Weight room: A-
Treatment of families: B+
Training room: B
Food service/nutrition: F-
One thing surprised me about the Saints' report card from the players. How in the world do you get an "F" on Nutrition when your team is in New Orleans? The only thing I can think of is that they keep it really healthy at their facilities because they know there's such much amazing not good for you food when they hit the city.
The Saints are lucky that there wasn't a category for "Medical Staff". With the whole Michael Thomas injury missed diagnosis, they would've scored another "F-".
To see all the other NFL teams' report cards, click here.