"One of the biggest weaknesses we've had, particularly on the offensive line, has been their fitness level. They're big and they're strong, but they've been carrying too much weight. I don't mind saying that," Doman explained. "Their fitness level hasn't been where I would like to see it as offensive coordinator. There's a concerted effort to help the fitness level of those guys while they're gaining strength. They're older. We should be really strong. They've got more time to be in the weight room and their bodies are more mature. But I also want them to be lean, with lean muscle mass and be fit. We're getting close to that … Hopefully we can build that fitness in and we'll see less injury in years to come."
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