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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

NFL will not allow on-field workouts until all team facilities open

Roger Goodell

The NFL has offered guidance on offseason programs, and it will likely be a while before any on-field work takes place.

The NFL and NFLPA agreed to allow a “virtual period” beginning April 20 that will run no later than May 15. In-person on-field workouts, however, will not be allowed until all 32 team facilities can be opened again.

Essentially, this means as long as a team in one state remains on lockdown, every other one will as well. It’s understandable, as some teams having access to their facilities with the ability to work out together while others do not would be very unfair.

Some inside the game don’t think there will be any in-person workouts until training camp. This directive certainly increases the chances of that proving true.

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