NFL Rumors: Here’s When Teams Are Planning For Training Camp To Start

by

June 25, 2020

The NFL, compared to other leagues, has been minimally impacted by COVID-19.

But with the typical start of the season nearing, the NFL might soon start feeling the affects of the coronavirus.

This year might feature a shortened preseason (though that could become commonplace), and games could be played without fans in the stadiums. And, according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, players might not start reporting to training camp until the end of July.

Of course, a lot of this is predicated on whether or not the virus is spiking, as well as teams’ ability (or inability) to comply with whatever restrictions are put in place to prevent outbreaks within teams.

In other words, things surrounding the NFL calendar likely will remain fluid over the coming weeks as the league tries to determine how best to safely pull off a 2020 campaign.

More NFL: Antonio Brown’s Market Not Limited To Ravens, Seahawks 

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman
Previous Article

What NFL Analyst Is Looking For From Julian Edelman In 2020 Season

The FIFA Women's World Cup trophy
Next Article

Women’s World Cup Live Stream: Watch 2023 Host Announcement Online

Picked For You