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Can you give us the Cliffs Notes version?

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1 minute ago, Mark Vader said:

Can you give us the Cliffs Notes version?

 

Here's a bunch of things you should do, but won't, but we've covered our arses legally by saying you should.

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1 hour ago, Mark Vader said:

Can you give us the Cliffs Notes version?

 

It's a boilerplate legal document. Don't lick doorknobs even if we do clean them per guidelines, etc.

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20 minutes ago, Seasons1992 said:

 

It's a boilerplate legal document. Don't lick doorknobs even if we do clean them per guidelines, etc.

Article XIV, Section 47, Paragraph G:

Only mayonnaise will be allowed on training camp tables; salad cream, Miracle Whip, or similar preparations are forbidden.

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12 minutes ago, Ridgewaycynic2013 said:

Article XIV, Section 47, Paragraph G:

Only mayonnaise will be allowed on training camp tables; salad cream, Miracle Whip, or similar preparations are forbidden.

 

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Posted (edited)

Item c

 

“Clubs must reconfigure locker rooms to permit six (6) feet of space between each player (By using every other locker or adding additional lockers) where possible.

Each player must have individual space designated to store his belongings, without comingling, if locker space is unavailable.”

 

Notice the qualifier “where possible”. 
It seems most teams at initial camp start when there are 90 players could accommodate this by leveraging the Visitor’s locker room.

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We are confident that social distancing can be an effective tool in reducing COVID risks in the NFL because we have successfully conducted a pilot program for several years in which defenders have been required to stay at least six feet away from Tom Brady.

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2 hours ago, Seasons1992 said:

It's a boilerplate legal document. Don't lick doorknobs even if we do clean them per guidelines, etc.

 

You just wanna suck the joy out of everything.

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19 minutes ago, blacklabel said:

 

You just wanna suck the joy out of everything.

 

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Just now, Seasons1992 said:

 

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And she's thinking "I think this Miracle Whip has gone bad..."

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1 hour ago, Mr Info said:

Item c

 

“Clubs must reconfigure locker rooms to permit six (6) feet of space between each player (By using every other locker or adding additional lockers) where possible.

Each player must have individual space designated to store his belongings, without comingling, if locker space is unavailable.”

 

Notice the qualifier “where possible”. 
It seems most teams at initial camp start when there are 90 players could accommodate this by leveraging the Visitor’s locker room.

 

Ouch.  Gonna be news worthy when spencer long gets moved to the visiting locker room.

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6 minutes ago, Ridgewaycynic2013 said:

And she's thinking "I think this Miracle Whip has gone bad..."

 

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10 minutes ago, Seasons1992 said:

 

Miracle Whip - Home | Facebook

You do realize that Miracle Whip is a brand name owned in North America by Kraft?

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Yes, I know, not that Kraft, but it will give the 'conspiracy kids' something to kick around...

 

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21 minutes ago, Buffalo Streaker said:

Miracle Whip goes bad?

It's a sliding scale...some maintain it's bad upon manufacture...😁

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1 hour ago, Buffalo Streaker said:

Miracle Whip goes bad?

It's not good to begin with so its going bad would be unpossible. 

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1 hour ago, Buffalo Streaker said:

Miracle Whip goes bad?

 

 

Its genius is that it tastes spoiled right out of a fresh jar.

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9 hours ago, Mark Vader said:

Can you give us the Cliffs Notes version?

 

- each team must have a detailed plan for dealing with any covid outbreaks. 2 separate plans. 1 for when facilities first start opening and 20 or less people are there, and one for when more than 20 people are there.

 

- there will be numerous restricted areas of the facilities. They will assign employees tiers of clearance. Only tier 1+2 are allowed in the restricted areas (areas where players will be, mainly).

 

- as players and essential personnel return (coaches, etc) they will be isolated from other employees with: separate entrances, automated doors (etc) to reduce touch points.

 

-areas players use must be designated as restricted.

 

- daily screening for all essential personnel that includes testing where applicable & a questionnaire. 

 

- Then some stuff about physical distancing protocols in the lunch room, locker rooms,  weight room, around the facilities etc, stuff about all the different cleaning/sanitizing protocols, etc. There’s too much detail to cover it all.

 

- all players must wear masks while inside the facility.

 

- clubs must maintain at least a 2 week supply of n95 masks (must be nice to be able to get them so easily...), gloves, face shields, gowns, goggles.

 

-gloves and other PPE required for staff

 

- lots of hand sanitizer

 

- NFL will strictly enforce compliance with all protocols.

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