All owners, coaches and General Managers participated in a conference call Monday, with the NFL announcing several changes to COVID-19 protocols.
We learned that among the changes, the league and union agreed to a longer onboarding process for free-agent tryouts, lengthening the waiting period for a tryout to happen.
On Tuesday, the league notified teams of a change to the number of players allowed to tryout in a given week.
Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports teams now are allowed a maximum of five players per week.
The only exception is if a team places more than three players on injured reserve in a given week. In that case, they are allowed to work out twice as many players as they placed on IR.