More than two weeks have elapsed since the start of NFL free agency, and the first week didn’t have any shortage of headlines. One of the biggest blockbusters occurred right out of the gate on March 16 with a trade that sent wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins from the Houston Texans to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for running back David Johnson. The next day saw Tom Brady announce that he would not return to the New England Patriots — Brady ultimately signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — and the Los Angeles Rams had their turn to make headlines on March 19 when running back Todd Gurley was cut before reaching a deal with the Atlanta Falcons 24 hours later. Alas, two of those three notable developments in free agency have still yet to be finalized on paper since physicals have not been easily attainable due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, both the Hopkins/Johnson and Gurley deals are still unofficial, as none of three players have taken a physical. The NFL Physicians Society announced early last week that all player physical examinations had been suspended indefinitely amid the pandemic, forcing players to either wait out… Read full this story
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