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NFL teams beginning to pull coaches and scouts off the road as a result of coronavirus

With the NFL Draft on the horizon, and the impact of the coronavirus growing each day, two NFL teams have decided to pull their coaches and scouts off the road.

The Redskins and Buccaneers are the two NFL franchises that have decided to pull their coaches and scouts from the road. Other teams are expected to follow suit.

Jason La Canfora adds via a tweet that he's hearing that a majority of NFL employees will begin working from home, starting tomorrow.

Earlier today, we shared some thoughts about the impact of recruiting and how having NFL scouts traversing the country preparing the NFL Draft would be impacted due to the concerns surrounding the coronavirus.

This is an evolving issue impacting all sports and lots of peripheral areas that we will continue to bring you the latest on. Stay tuned to The Scoop for the latest.

12:13pm Update >>The Jest have also pulled their personnel from the road

The Giants have also done the same:

With a few exceptions, the Eagles are asking employees to work from home and are closing their training facility.

The Dolphins are also suspending travel for scouts and coaches

Jags, Falcons, Bills, and Lions are also doing the same...


The Browns have pulled their personnel off the road as well