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NFL Training Camp Set To Start, But Players Are Pissed About The Lack Of Coronavirus Safety Precautions

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The NFL's training camp is set to start tomorrow (for the rookies), but players are understandably concerned about the lack of safety precautions amid the Coronavirus pandemic. More inside…

The NFL is moving forward with plans to kick off the 2020-21 NFL season. However, players are concerned about the lack of safety measures.

Here’s the pre-season training schedule they’ve laid out for players to return:

July 21st – Rookies

July 23rd – Quarterback and injured players

July 28th – All other players

Today (July 20th), the Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans rookies are scheduled to report.

Now, don’t get it twisted. NFL players want to play. However, they have raised concerns via social media about the league’s Coronavirus safety precautions…or lack thereof.

Several NFL players have hopped on social media creating posts with the hashtag #WeWantToPlay. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson opened up about his concerns catching the virus with his wife Ciara being pregnant. In the past, Ciara revealed both kids have asthma, so they are even more at risk.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes wants to play, but wants to keep his family safe:

By the way, the Super Bowl winning QB and reigning Super Bowl MVP recently signed the biggest contract in sports history. Details HERE.

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt spoke out:

And several other players had something to say:

Disgraced NFLer Antonio Brown seemingly chimed in, saying he's retiring ... again.


As for how the rest of the season plays out, it's seemingly still up in the air: 



According to reports, the NFL and the players' union are still negotiating the details of the league's protocols to prevent the spread of the virus. We shall see...



Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes covers GQ magazine's August 2020 issue. STORY

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett just signed a five-year, $125 million contract extension. Sheesh!  STORY

Photo: Chris Rubino/Shutterstock.com

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