The Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosted a clinic to increase vaccine accessibility among the team's players, personnel and family members this week.
Bruce Arians said his goal is to provide his players with a chance to get vaccinated if they so choose, with the hopes that most of his team will be vaccinated.
"There's going to be a long line over there right now," Arians said. "I better have a (long line) after today. We were pretty short up until now, but hopefully we have a pretty good line today."
Tampa Bay is making vaccines available to "whoever wants to get one." Vaccination pace among players remains a talking point across the league.
"If you want to go back to normal, get vaccinated," Arians said Thursday. "Eighty-five percent is what we're shooting for, and I think everybody is tired of meeting out here and eating outside and doing all those things we had to do last year. It's still a personal choice, but I don't see a reason not to be vaccinated."