Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer
Fair or not to the former coaches, whenever a new coaching staff arrives, there are routinely discussions of culture change from players, and this is what linebacker Bradley Chubb and fullback Andy Janovich (a team captain in '18) each had to say Thursday about the early returns on Vic Fangio and the new staff:
Chubb -- "I feel like (with) the coaches changing a lot of guys are holding each other accountable, whether it be in the weight room or in the meetings ... first team meeting, it started at eight (A.M.) but guys were in there at 7:55 in their seats. Couple times last year guys would be rolling in 7:59. Just a culture change like that, everybody wants to be better than we were at 5-11, 6-10.''
Janovich -- "Last year we had guys coming in two seconds before (meetings started) and they're not even seated when the meeting (starts), but they're there ... You see it on the field, we shoot ourselves in the foot, guys just aren't tuned in all the time. Come gameday that kills you. It's the details that we need to fix, simple as that.''