The Dallas Morning News
■ The Steelers became the 10th group of NFL players to say they won’t attend in-person voluntary offseason workouts.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have become the 10th group of NFL players to say they won’t be attending in-person voluntary offseason workouts.
With a post through the NFL Players Association, the Steelers joined the Super Bowl champion Buccaneers, Broncos, Seahawks, Giants, Bears, Raiders, Lions, Browns, and Patriots in declaring their intent to skip the sessions that can begin on Monday.
An 11th team might also be passing on attending: New York Jets players posted on social media that “many” of them will not show up in person.