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While discussions about when NFL players will be allowed to return to their team facilities remain ongoing, they aren't expected to come back until training camp, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The majority of clubs have reopened facilities for a limited amount of personnel after the league closed them all in April to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, healthy players have yet to return, with only those needing medical treatment cleared to come back.
Neither the NFL nor its teams has yet to confirm when training camps will be held, though the league announced Tuesday that teams must stay in their facilities and joint practices won't be permitted.
Training camps usually begin in mid-to-late July. But with minicamps reportedly slated to begin as late as June 27, the NFL could be forced to push back the start of training camps.