NFL to resume 2011 League Year football operations

By on Apr 29, 2011 in Football, Sports, United States Comments

The National Football League (NFL) announced that its club can resume their football operations starting on Friday, April 29, 2011, at 8 a.m. (ET).



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As reported at the NFL’s official website on Thursday, the league issued a statement that team officials may at once contact their respective players about its opening time, to schedule related activities and arrange meetings with coaches.

Apparently, the resume of the 2011 League Year is likely to be addressed on Friday after a request by the NFL was denied on Wednesday, in which a detailed measure will be implemented in the activities of the players including free-agent signings and trading arrangement.

The NFL is currently waiting for further notice from the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, but said it is already taking steps in response to U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson’s preliminary injunction.

For the meantime, the league noted to the clubs the eight points which includes allowing players to use sports facilities and the start of the voluntary offseason workout programs.

In addition, clubs will be allowed to distribute game video, playbooks, and the like to their players, and players can freely participate in charitable and other community relations events sponsored by their clubs.

On Thursday, NFL players were reported to have been denied to enter their respective team training premises to perform their usual work-out.



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