Things are getting a little bit back to normal.
The NFL announced that beginning tomorrow, June 5, 2020 that NFL coaching staffs can return back to the team facilities.
Starting Friday, NFL coaches will be allowed to return to their training facilities, as outlined by this memo from Roger Goodell that went to teams today: pic.twitter.com/UEwDROGnO5— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 4, 2020
Within this change is another change where teams can now have up to 100 people within the team facilities, but the coaching staff makes up part of that 100 limit.
So, that should begin to give us a full load of staff at the facility heading into a potential start of training camp.
It will be important for the Cardinals and their staff to come out of the offseason primed and ready to go. Part of the lack of turnover was simply because of the awareness when free agency began that we likely would have limited to no offseason.
Now, the Cardinals better show that the continuity they sought was the right move, especially with moves of retaining Kenyan Drake and Marcus Gilbert.
We’ll see how it pays off, but we are getting closer and closer back to football.