NFL players’ union discouraging membership from attending in-person OTAs: source

The NFL Players Association is discouraging players from attending voluntary, in-person offseason workouts scheduled to open on April 19, a source told the New York Daily News. NFLPA president JC Tretter, the Cleveland Browns’ center, told players on a Friday call that the union is pushing for an all-virtual offseason and will urge players to boycott in-person OTAs this spring, the NFL Network reported. A source described it to the News more as discouraging attendance than organizing a boycott. Either way, the message is clear. The union’s leadership consistently has advocated for making last …

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