CLOSE USA TODAY Sports’ Nate Davis breaks down the grades of some NFL teams after an eventful free agency period. USA TODAYThere aren’t many options for NFL players now that most gyms are closed, along with team practice facilities.So they have gotten creative in trying to find ways to stay in shape during the coronavirus pandemic.Eagles backup quarterback Nate Sudfeld, for example, has the good fortune of having two older brothers who played football – Zach Sudfeld spent two seasons in the NFL as a tight end and Matthew Sudfeld was a wide receiver in college at Brown.Sudfeld is staying with his parents and brothers. He said the family garage has been converted into a makeshift gym. Sudfeld and his brothers can also run pass patterns near their home.”I’ve got two nice targets that are under my quarantine, which is perfect, so I’m able to throw to them for a little bit,” Sudfeld said. “But it’s hard. It’s kind of a day-by-day thing trying to figure out how to keep developing, how to get into shape this offseason without the full weight room, full workout, all that stuff.”Eagles players are hardly exclusive to finding ways to work out, as many states are telling

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