The NFL is being praised for how they are handling the coronavirus pandemic. With all sports leagues out on a rest, the NFL was quietly waiting and they are forming their NFL restart plans. Their season, after all, is not supposed to start until September. Many PayPerHead experts were worried about the fate of the NFL. After all, football is a very physical and tactile sports. Social distancing will be very hard to implement.

So far, the NFL is lucky, in the sense that their season has not started. So, any changes that they make will not complicate any current schedule or rankings in the league. In addition, we are hearing that the NFL is still on schedule, with a launch this September. Some teams are rumored to be asking for an October launch, but no word if this will happen.

NFL Restart Plans

NFL Restart Plans: an UpdateThe plans of the NFL are on schedule so far. Sites like Discount Per Head were able to offer lines on the NFL, thanks to their ability to adjust to a more digital experience. In fact, the NFL draft was done online and remotely for the first time, which proved that while games are still unavailable, the league still wants the season this year to happen.

So far, September 10 is the tentative beginning of the regular season. There will be a game in Kansas City, as the champions will be hosting Houston. This will surely be an exciting game, and will be much wagered on in bookie pay per head sportsbooks. Currently, players and team staff are starting to carry out training and practice sessions. Of course, there are a lot of safety protocols implemented for each team in the NFL. And if all things push through, we will be watching them from home pretty soon.