BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s the NFL offseason, but that doesn’t mean COVID-19 isn’t affecting the way NFL does business. The Ravens announced they will skip their voluntary in-person workouts.
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The NFLPA released a statement from the Baltimore Ravens saying in part “Our team leaders have discussed with each other, with our teammates and with the NFLPA, and they’ve decided to exercise their CBA right not to attend in-person voluntary offseason workouts.”MORE NEWS: Driver Sought In Fatal Hit-And-Run Crash That Killed Lakisha Furnanders
Last year’s organized team activities were virtual. The Broncos, Seahawks and Buccaneers are among several teams to not participate.