28 Apr 2011
The National Football League has provided further instructions to their teams regarding acceptable operating procedures while the league awaits a ruling on their request for a stay from the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Teams were informed that they are to open the doors to their facilities for player use at 8am ET on Friday morning. Players will be allowed to meet with coaches, playbooks can be distributed, and teams can begin to establish their off-season programs, including Organized Team Activity (OTA) sessions and mini-camps.
Rules regarding player transactions will be clarified on Friday.
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