The Jaguars began a slow return to work Tuesday, but don’t expect to catch a glimpse of players at TIAA Bank Field just yet.
The NFL announced that teams could begin allowing employees to return to team facilities on Tuesday, provided local regulations allowed them to as the country attempts its move forward from the COVID-19 pandemic. Gov. Ron DeSantis moved the state to a full phase 1 reopening this week, which allowed places like restaurants to have 50% capacity and gyms to open back up.
A Jaguars spokesperson posted a thread on Twitter explaining how the Jaguars are pacing themselves in the moving forward process.
Prez Mark Lamping, GM Dave Caldwell, Coach Marrone, CLO Megha Parekh and Head Trainer Scott Trulock - the team’s newly-appointed Infection Control Officer - have been working to determine best course of action for reopening the facility to ensure the safety of all employees. pic.twitter.com/gO6g9TWRiG
— Tad Dickman (@TDickman89) May 26, 2020