Steelers players plan to boycott in-person OTAs

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Curt Popejoy
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The NFLPA released a statement on behalf of the Pittsburgh Steelers on Friday indicating the players play to not attend voluntary OTAs in person due to ongoing concerns over safety and COVID-19.

It’s important to note that these workouts are voluntary so this decision isn’t exactly shocking. However, it does illustrate the continued divide between players and ownership on even the smallest of issues.

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