Are you ready for some football? Not just yet, but the NFL has given the green light its teams to reopen their facilities — assuming they meet a number of criteria. Commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo to teams’ top officials today that says: “Clubs may reopen their facilities beginning on May 19 if they [Deadline
The NFL will allow clubs to reopen their facilities beginning as early as Tuesday if they are permitted to do so under state and local regulations and meet safety protocols previously outlined by the league, the commissioner said on Friday.U.S.
Teams can reopen their offices beginning Tuesday if they’re permitted to do so under state and local guidelines and are in compliance with the league’s protocols.Washington Post
The league extended teams’ virtual offseason programs for players by two weeks into mid-June, without specifying yet whether there will be any on-field practices before those programs end late next month.Washington Post
The National Football League says teams can reopen their facilities with strict health guidelines in place and as long as state and local governments allow it, US media reported Friday. In a memo to the general managers of all 32 clubs, commissioner Roger Goodell said the doors for specific personnel can start swinging open on [www.rawstory.com
Serie A teams will face two-games a week for the rest of the season once the league restarts following the novel coronavirus stoppage, according to the fixture list published on Monday.IN
The NFL is about to take one small step toward restoring normalcy. Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Thursday following a virtual owners meeting that coaching staffs are expected to be allowed back in team facilities next week for the first time since the March 24 shutdown under coronavirus restrictions. Non-injured players remain prohibited from returning. FacilitiesNew York Post