Chiefs And Ravens Still Favored As NFL Practice Facilities Open Tuesday

  • Roger Goodell has allowed NFL team facilities to open on Tuesday.
  • The Kansas City Chiefs are a +600 favorite to win the Super Bowl.
  • The Baltimore Ravens are second on the odds board with +750 odds to win it all.

NEW YORK - NFL teams can reopen their facilities on Tuesday according to a memo sent out by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

Goodell released a league-wide memo that permitted partially open NFL team facilities with protocols and restrictions.

This memo will allow no more than 75 people in the buildings at a time. These 75 people are only to be team staff and players who are rehabbing or undergoing medical treatment. The player has to have already been rehabbing their injuries before the closing of the facility.

The only coaches allowed in the buildings are strength and conditioning coaches who are currently involved in player rehab

The memo is for all 32 teams but can only be in effect for those located in states where the local regulations will allow this opening.

For teams that are not permitted currently, they will be allowed to open as soon as the restrictions are lifted.

As the Commissioner states in the memo that this is only the beginning but a step in the right direction. If the phases are able to continue safely, the NFL will be on schedule to start the season on time.

As the league looks to resume, the Super Bowl odds, haven’t seen much action.

Who will win Super Bowl 55?

  • Kansas City Chiefs +600
  • Baltimore Ravens +750
  • San Francisco 49ers +900
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1200
  • New Orleans Saints +1200

The reigning Super Bowl champions, the Kansas City Chiefs are a big favorite to win the Lombardi trophy again. Behind them are the Baltimore Ravens (+750) while the NFC is led by the San Francisco 49ers (+900).

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