The NFL is officially feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Hall-of-Fame game, which is normally held in Canton, Ohio on August 6 is canceled with the enshrinement ceremony being pushed back, ESPN reports.

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The game was set to feature the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys. This is the first cancellation for the League, however, the draft in April was transitioned to a virtual event.

Teams are currently scheduled to hit training camp on July 28, but that dat is viewed as tentative depending on what will occur with the pandemic.


Recently, Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott test positive for COVID-19, along with other members of the team.