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Browns players: We are exercising right not to attend in-person work – NBC Sports

In his role as NFL Players Association president, Browns center JC Tretter has been advocating for a virtual offseason program this year. On Thursday, Tretter’s…

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In his role as NFL Players Association president, Browns center JC Tretter has been advocating for a virtual offseason program this year.
On Thursday, Tretter’s teammates issued a statement saying that they agree with him and players from other teams who have said they will not be taking part in any in-person work this offseason.
“The NFL’s memo outlining how they plan to implement voluntary workouts falls short of what we as players believe is adequate,” the statement said. “The Cleveland Browns…

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