3 players with the highest chances of winning NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year

With the NFL Draft now in the rear view mirror, it’s time for teams to prepare for the offseason workouts in the coming months. The coronavirus pandemic has forced teams to commit to virtual workouts moving forward, and possibly even an abbreviated version of training camp.

That’s still a long ways away, but nothing can be ruled out during an unprecedented pandemic like this one.

With that being said, the race for NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2020 will be an interesting story to follow. These rookies won’t have the in-person practices like rookies in years past had. NFL ready rookies will likely thrive given these circumstances, and there were a handful of players who fit that bill in this year’s draft.

These three players have the highest chances of taking home the award at season’s end.

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