JACKSONVILLE – Their jobs have changed dramatically.
That been reality for senior vice president and chief legal officer Megha Parekh, director of player health and performance Scott Trulock and associate athletic trainer Cassie Ettel – because few people around the organization have been more involved with how the Jaguars have dealt with the realities of COVID-19.
From their positions in multiple areas in the organization, they have seen up close how the team has handled – and will continue to handle – COVID-19 in 2020 Training Camp and the upcoming 2020 regular season.
All three joined this week's O-Zone Podcast.
How did the Jaguars determine best practices, first as non-playing employees returned to TIAA Bank Field and later as players returned for camp and the regular season?
How have players handled the extensive distancing protocols throughout TIAA Bank Field? Why have the distancing measures worked in training camp and what new challenges will arise next month when the regular season begins?
How optimistic are all involved that what has worked thus far will continue to work? What will have to be done to ensure the Jaguars and the rest of the NFL have a complete season?
Those are important questions as '20 camp continues, and as one of the most unique seasons in NFL history approaches. To find out the answers – and to hear the entire O-Zone Podcast with Parekh, Trulock and Ettel – click here.