NFL facilities are on the verge of reopening.
The league announced in a memo sent to teams on Friday that clubs are allowed to reopen facilities starting Tuesday should state and local government regulations allow it.
From the NFL to owners and presidents regarding the potential reopening of facilities amid the Coronavirus pandemic pic.twitter.com/YKpyDQaGvq— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 15, 2020
For teams unable to open their respective facilities on Tuesday, the NFL said they are allowed to reopen as their local governments permit it.
When teams do reopen their facilities, there are a few regulations they must follow. For starters, no more than 50 percent of staff may be present in the building at once. Each facility will have a maximum of 75 people present at once.
Additionally, coaches are not allowed to report to their respective facilities in order to "restore equity among 32 clubs," the statement reads. Players are also not allowed to report unless they're attending to rehab an injury. Strength and conditioning coaches are only allowed to report if they are specifically helping a player rehab.
Also, any "customer-facing activities" are prohibited, as well as any retail. Should any person in a team facility test positive for the coronavirus, teams must report the incident to the league.
The state of Virginia, where the Redskins' team facility is located, has a stay-at-home order in place until June 10. However, the order can be lifted at any time.
This is a developing story, stay tuned for updates.
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