U.S. football great Carly Lloyd said Thursday that it would be "foolish" not to have fun playing for an NFL team in the 2020 season.
Lloyd's ability to play in the league intensified this week when her coach told Fox Sports said it was considering a proposal from one team to play in their last preseason game. However, Lloyd had other American football duties, but did not rule out the possibility of trying next season.
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"I would be foolish if I didn't have fun with the idea of potentially doing it," she told reporters, according to 6 ABC reporter Jeff Skverski. "I know there are some challenges, there are big men on the line. I'm not naive about that. But I'm not trying to be an apostate or run back.
"I think with the right technique, the right practice, going down two steps … I think I can do it. And I don't think there's anything wrong with me saying that I can do it.
While Los Angeles Chargers receiver Keen Allen was among those skeptical about how Lloyd would have performed if her kick had been blocked, Hall of Famer Morten Andersen offered to train her.
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Andersen tweeted a video of himself with Lloyd's proposal on Tuesday.
to know what it's like to kick in the NFL for 25 years, contact me and I'd love to work with you, "he said. "Take It."
Lloyd impressed several people as she hit several long-range field goals during a joint training session between the Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Garvans.
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She recently told NBC Sports that she thought it would be "pretty massive" for young women to see her in the NFL.