CLOSE USA TODAY Sports’ Nate Davis breaks down the grades of some NFL teams after an eventful free agency period. USA TODAYThe NFL and its players will soon begin to feel the next wave of impacts of the coronavirus. Offseason programs normally would gear up in the coming weeks. For some players, such as free agents signings, this nine-week period of the calendar (which features voluntary group workouts that eventually transition into classroom sessions and then practices) provides an introduction to their new work environments, teammates, coaches and playbooks.But with league-wide restrictions in place to help slow the spread of the virus, the doors to team facilities will remain shut, meaning players must do their workouts on their own, and it appears likely that those introductions will not take place until training camp — if business has returned to normal by late July. At virtually every corner of our country, life has been altered by COVID-19. The NFL is no different, even in the simplest regards.You’re not the only one forced to make do as your local fitness center remains closed. NFL players also are forced to develop contingency plans.The NFL’s player body features a wide spectrum of financial situations, so the

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