Mike Vrabel and his staff to return to Titans' facility on Monday

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – While NFL coaches are cleared to return to their team facilities tomorrow, Mike Vrabel and his staff will wait until Monday to return to the Titans MetroCenter headquarters.


Only the 49ers are not cleared by their local authorities to resume work at their offices, per Ian Rapoport.

Per an NFL memo obtained by PFT, coaches will count against the limit on team employees allowed to be at all team facilities, but that number is bumping up from 75 to 100. [Unlocked.]

The Titans waited a week beyond the NFL’s date for reopening team headquarters for non-coaching employees, with select people returning to work on May 26.

The current set up with players participating in offseason meetings with coaches is approved by the NFL to run through next week. Coaches will be running those meetings from their offices next week in addition to having in-person meetings with each other, using safe spacing I am sure.

Speculation from multiple NFL insiders is that players will not be allowed to report to team facilities until training camps open.

For the Titans camp should open July 28th.

Players receiving treatment continue to be allowed at the facility where they have been under the supervision of the strength coach and director of sports medicine. We know Jeffery Simmons (knee) has been working there and that A.J. Brown (undisclosed) has been there some too.

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