The restrictions placed by the league in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic have forced teams to take unprecedented action heading into the 2020 NFL season. Fortunately, Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey has not had any problems making the necessary adjustments.

McCaffrey has been holed up alongside his brothers in Colorado while trying to get in shape for the season in quarantine. According to ESPN's David Newton, McCaffrey has been able to replicate his Panthers' workouts at a public park next to his parents' house:

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“I'm able to do everything,” Christian said. “It's just not with the team.”

McCaffrey added that he continues to kick off his workouts with an emphasis on stretching and strengthening his core.

“It works for me. It warms me up, and I stick to it,” he said.

It is encouraging to see that the ongoing pandemic has not prevented McCaffrey from sacrificing the quality of his workouts. Of course, the added benefit of having his two younger brothers around certainly helped keep the intensity levels up.

Dylan McCaffrey is a junior quarterback at Michigan, while Luke McCaffrey is currently a sophomore quarterback at Nebraska. Although playing such a different position calls for entirely different workouts, it is safe to assume that they are helloing their older brother get his fair share of reps at wide receiver.

McCaffrey has quickly established himself as one of the NFL's elite running backs thanks to his versatile skill set as both a runner and a receiver. Quarantine seemingly has not done much to prevent him from keeping his reign going in the 2020 NFL season.