Proposed NFL principles amid the coronavirus pandemic has still left gamers shaking their heads rather of probably shaking arms.
The NFL Network noted a number of rule alterations Thursday that could be on the way to the league for the 2020 year, like a single in which groups will be forbidden from postgame interactions in just 6 ft of each individual other and NFL players swapping jerseys will be prohibited in hopes of holding players safer all through the coronavirus pandemic.
That didn’t sit well with some gamers.
“This is a fantastic illustration of NFL considering in a nutshell,” star 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman tweeted Thursday early morning, “Players can go have interaction in a entire-make contact with recreation and do it properly. Nevertheless, it is deemed unsafe for them to trade jerseys just after reported match.”
There is nonetheless time to ditch the ban. The recreation-working day protocols sent to teams Wednesday evening, which includes the jersey rule, have not been agreed on by the league and NFLPA, in accordance to NFL Community. The principles are nevertheless deemed a operate in development.
“So we can hit each individual other ALL match but simply cannot shake hands soon after?” previous New York Jets linebacker Darron Lee wrote on Twitter.
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson included “that’s DAMN Silly bro…” together with an emoji slapping a hand to the facial area on Twitter. 49ers restricted finish George Kittle responded with a gif of a puzzled John C. Reilly.