Los Angeles coach Rams had been skeptical about training camp, but now changed his mind.
The coach of Los Angeles Rams, Sean McVay, believes that the season of Nfl it will be able to develop properly in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. The restart of the competition is planned for September 10.
McVay had previously been skeptical about training camp and the NFL season, but the 34-year-old coach changed his mind in practice.
“I feel much better now, having a little more knowledge and understanding. It is really about reducing risks, keeping our ecosystem clear,” the coach said in a video conference call.
The Rams will face the Dallas Cowboys in their first NFL game on September 13, and McVay said, “We are still going to play soccer. I think there is a better understanding of how we are going to apply those risk mitigation practices.”
“I made the comment about social distancing: We are not going to do that in the field, but in those gathering environments when you can do that and you are wearing your masks, those are the times that we are going to do it,” he added.
“The boys are eager to come back and understand that will be part of how we will have a successful season: the boys are successfully managing themselves in the right way with regard to risk mitigation,” McVay continued.
And he concluded: “We have always talked about managing yourself professionally outside the building for good decision making and now that is an additional part of this as we navigate through this.”
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