Philadelphia Eagles can start phase-1 of OTAs on April 19

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As we wait for the NFL to return to some form of normalcy, the league has informed teams when they can begin their offseason workouts programs, but in-person sessions and meetings are still being discussed.

Tom Pelissero is reporting that the league sent a memo to all NFL 32 clubs informing them that the first phase of their offseason programs can begin on April 19.

Not included in the memo are meetings or onfield practice and workouts, but unlike the last offseason, players will have the opportunity to gain some chemistry this spring and summer.

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