“We are closely monitoring developments and have been in contact with The World Health Organization, CDC and the NFL-NFLPA medical experts at the Duke Infection Control Outreach Network (DICON) Program for Infection Prevention,” league spokesman Brian McCarthy told PFT on Sunday via email. “We will continue those discussions throughout our offseason.”
If the virus goes into the fall, TV ratings will go through the roof, as few will attend games in a crowded stadium environment.
Let’s hope it doesn’t go down like that.
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