The NFL will allow teams to begin meeting virtually next week.
According to various reports, the league the the NFLPA agreed to terms on a virtual off-season. Team can hold virtual workouts that allow players to earn their off-season workout bonus.
More than 250 players have workout bonuses in their contracts for 2020, including 18 who can earn $500K or more. Packers OLBs Za'Darius and Preston Smith have the largest offseason workout bonuses at $750,000 and $650,000, respectively.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) April 13, 2020
Teams can meet virtually for three weeks and are not permitted to use their facilities or have on-field work until all 32-teams can reopen. Opening of team facilities will be dependent on state and federal regulations.
Teams are permitted to send players workout monitoring devices and equipment as long as costs do not exceed $1,600.
The NFL and NFLPA have reached agreement on a voluntary offseason program for 2020, starting next Monday, April 20, per sources. The “virtual period” can begin next Monday, April 20, but -- this is key -- no on-field work until all 32 club facilities can reopen.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 13, 2020