No NFL Mini-Camp Planned, Offseason Remains Virtual

NFL Mini-Camps are a staple of the summer months, as newly drafted rookies join club veterans and free agent signings. Unfortunately, though, the traditional offseason programs remain on hold while the league sorts out how to best manage during the coronavirus pandemic.  Back in April, the NFL and the Players Association agreed that a virtual offseason could be conducted through May 15th. Over than span, teams provided classroom instructions and workouts through virtual means, using mostly video conference.  On Tuesday, Dr. Allen Sills, the NFL's chief medical officer, explained that there's no timeline for team facilities to open their doors to players. Sills...

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