As much as we commend overachievers and value a strong work ethic—don't act like you've never said, "My biggest flaw? Sometimes I work too hard," in a job interview—nobody complains about a few days off from the office. The same goes for those who hold jobs the rest of us envy—including players involved in the ongoing NFL lockout.
Pro football players face an extended summer vacation as the NFL's labor dispute drags on. For a lot of them, e.g. rookies and unsigned free agents, the time off is not welcome: They're losing crucial time that could be spent securing jobs or working with coaches during organized team workouts.
But for some NFL players, the lockout isn't the worst thing in the world. Here are five Seattle Seahawks who could benefit from a lengthy break.