The Detroit Lions, like every team in the NFL, have undergone the necessary planning and preparations for training camp during a global pandemic. The COVID-19 outbreak has proven hard if not impossible to stop, but certain measures and practices like social distancing are effective in slowing its spread.
The Bears have a quality bubble-like plan in place, which you can read all about here.
But what about the other NFC North teams? The Lions shared what they've done to their locker room to promote social distancing and limit the risk of infection.
Three players from the NFC North have opted out of the 2020 season because of COVID-19, including Bears nose tackle Eddie Goldman. The Packers will be without receiver Devin Funchess while the Vikings lost defensive lineman Michael Pierce.
No Lions player has opted out of 2020 as of yet.
LOOK: Detroit Lions locker room prepped for social distancing originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago