FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – NFL teams will start their training camps as scheduled later this month despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to a memo obtained by the NFL Network, teams were given their reporting dates for camp and there appeared to be no delays.READ MORE: Texas Power Company Brazos Electric Files For Bankruptcy Protection After Deadly Winter Storms
Rookies will report to camp on July 21, quarterbacks and injured players on July 23 and all other players on July 28.READ MORE: Dallas Tax Preparer Headed To Prison, Ordered To Pay $11 Million For Filing Fake Tax Returns
Teams have already been told that training camps must be held at their own facilities this year due to the pandemic.
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NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reports only 20 players will be allowed inside the facilities at a time until a response plan is signed off by the NFL Players Association.