Twelve teams are beginning their virtual offseason programs today, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday.
It was announced a week prior that the NFL and NFL Players Association had agreed on an offseason program amid the COVID-19 pandemic with an agreement on the voluntary program that began today. The program is strictly virtual with on-field work only allowed when all 32 club facilities can reopen.
The virtual period will consist of three straight weeks that include classroom instruction, workouts and non-football educational programs that use videoconferencing.
Three days before the first-ever completely virtual NFL draft commences, 12 NFL teams have begun the first virtual offseason.