NFL teams are continuing preparations to re-open their training facilities.
Commissioner Roger Goodell gave the 32 clubs the go-ahead for limited re-openings as long as they are allowed by their local and state governments. The Cincinnati Bengals are expected to re-open on Wednesday, but coaching staffs and all players except those rehabbing injuries are barred from the facilities in the first phase of the league’s plan. Some teams are already taking advantage by re-opening on the first day. The Dallas Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons and Indianapolis Colts are among those teams. The Colts say they spent the entire quarantine period preparing to reopen. They say it will be very gradual and deliberate, and they are taking proper steps adhering to state and local regulations, as well as NFL and CDC guidelines. The Green Bay Packers, Baltimore Ravens, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, are cleared to begin re-openings but they are choosing to delay.