Brandon Weeden, Justin Blackmon And Others Drill, Thrill And Spill As The NFLPA Rookie Premiere Descends On An LA High School

Some of the brightest young stars in the NFL descended upon Alexander Hamilton High School in Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon to talk health and fitness with the students. SB Nation's Amy K. Nelson and Dan Rubenstein were on hand to talk to players and run through a few drills with the players and students.

Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden talks about his fastball and how he stays in shape. Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon talks food, and 49ers wide receiver A.J. Jenkins tells the story about a strange nickname.

You can read more about Thursday's event in this feature from SB Nation's NFL editor Joel Thorman, who is on the scene.

The NFLPA event continues through Saturday. On Friday, rookies will play a game of flag football with former NFL players and a smattering of other celebrities.

SB Nation is there with a full crew and will have plenty more updates from the event.

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