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Chargers and 11 other teams begin “virtual offseason”

NFL Combine - Day 2

Today marks the beginning of the “virtual offseason program” for 12 NFL clubs, including the Chargers, Chiefs, Patriots, and Falcons. Per Ian Rapoport, the rest of the 20 teams will commence their programs a week from now.

According to Tom Pelissero, only three of the 12 teams getting started today are actually participating in a virtual “workout.” Those three teams are the Bills, Colts, and Patriots. For now, it looks like the Chargers are hitting the books and beginning the prep to master their 2020 offense and defense.

As reported last week, the NFL agreed on a three-week plan in order to not completely skip-out on organized team activities during this current health crisis. The next 21 days will consist of “classroom instruction, workouts and non-football educational programs using videoconferencing technology.”

Per’s Nick Shook, teams are allowed to send workout equipment and monitoring devices to their players “provided the cost for any individual player doesn’t exceed $1,500.”