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Ask POD: Time is running out

Training camp is around the corner. But is it really?

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Rookies will be reporting to camp for the Texans and Chiefs—the two teams scheduled to open up the 2020 NFL regular season on September 10—on Monday. Yes, we’re talking just a couple days away.

But there are plenty of details the league needs to hammer out with the NFL Players Association. How will the opt-out clause work? Will contracts toll if the season is cancelled? How will the league protect rosters in case of a breakout? How many preseason games will be played?

Both sides have been trading proposals back and forth for the past couple of weeks, but there is no resolution on the table right now. The latest NFL proposal can be seen here:

But there are so many questions that remain unanswered, and with camp starting to get underway, the time is running low.

So now it’s time for us to answer some questions. In the comment section below or via Twitter using the hashtag #AskPOD send us your questions about anything. Detroit Lions training camp is coming up, so that’ll be a hot topic. But if you want us to talk about our favorite summer songs or the worst thing we’ve ever made to eat, we’re down to answer anything.

And while I’ve got your attention, why not give our PODcast a rating and review on Apple Podcasts? Our favorite reviews get read on air, and your support helps our podcast reach a larger audience, which we always appreciate.

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