On Football: Training camps' look defines strange times


Don't expect any footballs — or players — on fields at NFL training camps anytime too soon.

No blocking sleds. No pass-rush drills. No whistles.

As teams adhere to the medical protocols that wisely and necessarily have been ordered by the league and the players' union, any sort of football action might be delayed until mid-August.

Hopefully, no coaches are in a rush to get the blocking and route running, the passing and rushing and kicking going in earnest even after the coronavirus pandemic shut down since March anything but remote practices and workouts.

Strange times indeed.


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