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Ryan Dunleavy writes that “Finding anyone around the league who thinks the Giants and Barkley are not headed for a long and amicable marriage is difficult.”
That, though, doesn’t mean it’s going to be easy to reach a deal. It’s also going to be expensive.
It’s going to be bizarre if some states allow teams to have a percentage of fans, while others require games to be played in empty stadiums.
This is a fascinating look behind the scenes at the Giants’ setup for training camp. The way they are using MetLife Stadium is creative.
Safety Xavier McKinney is the choice here.
John Breech would chop the schedule to 12 games and play only conference opponents. Under Breech’s proposal, the Giants would play the Eagles, Cowboys and Washington twice. They would then face the Bears, Lions, Buccaneers, Panthers, Rams and Cardinals.
“Education is the key, so they can make a comfortable decision,” Mayer, the NFLPA’s medical director, told USA TODAY Sports. “They can sit down with their families and say, ‘What’s at risk if I play? What if I opt out?’
“I’ll use the term that they use all the time. They’re grown-ass men. And grown-ass men make grown-ass decisions.”
The former San Diego Chargers team physician believes sports teams and leagues need to be “proactive, not reactive” in dealing with COVID-19.
Charles Robinson paints a discouraging picture in which those inside NFL facilities say coaches are the biggest violators of COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
This is, obviously, not a Giants story. It is, though, a distressing one. Despicable even, if it paints an accurate picture of what is going on at CSU.
Thanks, Mike. Guess we’ll just have to run it back...on a football field...where I still go to work every day... https://t.co/MHzPWtIDJa— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) August 3, 2020
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