In a memo issued to owners Friday afternoon, the NFL said that it will consider allowing teams to hold training camps at alternate locations a year after the COVID-19 pandemic prompted the league to require squads to hold camps at their headquarters.
Teams must submit plans to the NFL outlining how they will adhere to the league's COVID-19 protocols at their proposed alternate training camp locations.
Training camps are expected to begin around late July. The memo issued by the league said the teams must submit their plans for approval by July 11 to give the committee ample time to review their proposals and consider granting approval.
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