Pretty sure a Japanese (?) study a few months ago proved that while you can get a Covid a second time, you cannot pass it along to others once you’ve recovered once. But, 2020 is such a S-Show, I’d not put money on much atm.Sean Payton got covid before. Can he spread it to others ? Honestly curious
I do have a pretty bad feeling about him. I think the younger Belichicks are doing well enough for themselves to disprove the nepotism talk, but this doesn't help.I wish Mickey Lombardi would opt out, so somebody who actually knows the position could replace him...
Freddie Freeman of the Braves had a pretty rough time of it. He spiked a 104.5 temperature. He almost went to the hospital but didn't. He said it really knocked him on his butt for some time. After talking to him, Nick Markakis immediately opted out of playing ball this year.Has any major sports athlete even been forced to go to a hospital yet?
Masks aren’t guaranteed immunity.If I were a coach, I think the risk is worth it. Just wear a mask when on the sidelines....helps with play calling. Then for practices, zoom meetings, walking around the facility....just keep 6 feet away.
I am sure BB is gonna LOVE not having a crowd for his pressers this year...
Probably correct but the other side is that to get this far most have far reaching connections so they would have a job elsewhere if they were let go. The problem with that being the guys most likely to want to opt out would be because of families, so they would have to uproot them as well.Doubt it. These guys have stepped on necks, put in 90 hour weeks, ignored their families for years. It's a brutal profession. I suspect only secure, connected coaches would opt out. I'd be surprised to see anyone else, any of the assistants, position coaches.