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The league continues to adjust protocols in an effort to handle trying to play during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leonard Williams, Markus Golden, Aldrick Rosas and Jon Halapio make the list
Barnes tells Steve Serby he beleives the league can work through the pandemic.
“Coronavirus is a dangerous and often deadly virus,” he said. “I believe through education and safeguards we can have a football season. It is a challenge since the spread of the virus is not over. The great people of New Jersey and New York have done an outstanding job of adhering to the protocols that the scientific and medical community outlined. That is why we have been able to get back to this point. We have to continue to be vigilant. We all will continue to discuss what is the smartest, best next step.
“I started working on a plan for this virus the week after I came back from the [early-March draft] combine. We assembled key employees and educated them on the approaching novel coronavirus. We taught them how epidemics can spread into pandemics. We went to work right away to protect our players and employees. They did find it daunting that I took their temperatures at the meeting with a temporal scanner. We are still working to make a safe environment for our players and staff.”
The only surprise here is that the number wasn’t retired long ago.
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