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The National Football League is going full-steam ahead when it comes to player transactions so far this off-season.
While the regular season is still five months away, there are some cracks starting to show amid the COVID-19 pandemic that are threating things such as organized team activities, which usually are scheduled in May and June, ahead of training camps in August.
“The other day, I did a workout with a few NFL guys and I was hearing talk of us not starting until training camp,” former Edmonton Eskimos wide receiver Bryant Mitchell said. “With that being said, we don’t know for sure, obviously. I’m hoping that’s not the case.
“But whatever may happen, I just pray to God this thing passes over, that people just realize not to take life for granted and just really persevere through this as a people, and not just, ‘OK, hey, we got out of it,’ and go back to our old ways, but to really seize this as an opportunity to grow.”
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