Although a federal court judge lifted the NFL's 45-day lockout on Monday, players who showed up at their teams' training facilities were hardly welcomed back.  

At team headquarters, players were allowed to enter just as long as they didn't engage in any "football activities."

That left many players frustrated and confused. Chicago Bears rookie J'Marcus Webb said, "It drives me insane, that's what it does. I'm trying to eat healthy and work out, do my job and right now I'm just stuck at home working out and watching cartoons all day."

The NFL asked U.S. District Judge Susan Nelson to put her order on hold until today.