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Podcast: Will the 2020 NFL season be thwarted by COVID-19?

We talked to two experts on our latest podcast to get some answers.

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We’ve been talking a good bit about moves the Falcons have made in free agency, such as signing Dante Fowler Jr. and Todd Gurley while cutting Desmond Trufant. We’ve also talked a good bit about potential draft targets for the team and whether or not they might make a first round trade again.

What we haven’t talked about yet is whether the NFL 2020 season is even going to happen.

On our latest podcast, Matt Chambers joins me to talk with two experts on the matter. Dr. Saad Omer is the director of the Yale Institute for Global Health and Dr. Zach Binney is an epidemiologist out of Emory University. Both men have strong thoughts on the progress we’re making against COVID-19 and whether this progress offers some hope that we’ll get to watch the NFL this year.

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