The NFL offseason has come to a screeching halt.

Scouts and coaches are being grounded from travel. Pro Days are being cancelled. NFL headquarters are being temporarily shut down.

The Eagles have closed down the Linc and the NovaCare Complex. The league meetings scheduled for April in Palm Beach, Fla., have been cancelled. Uncertainty surrounds the futures of the new league year, which was supposed to start Monday, and the NFL Draft.

The most vital time of the year for teams to get medical updates, do character research and conduct private workouts and interviews leading up to the draft is being impacted from the hiatus caused by the Coronavirus outbreak.

What are teams doing to make up for this lost time?

In this Inside the Birds video, Eagles Insiders Geoff Mosher and Adam Caplan discussed how NFL teams are adjusting to the shut-down and examined the league-wide ramifications of the temporary pause of the pre-draft process.

Check it out: