Over 60 NFL players opt out of season due to COVID-19 concerns

Players who are considered high-risk will be paid $350K to sit out and players without risk will be paid $150K as the deadline to opt out passed Thursday.
0:15 | 08/06/20

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Today's deadline has passed for NFL players to opt out of the upcoming season over cope in nineteen concerns. 66 players have chosen to sit out this year the New England Patriots hardest hit with eight players opting out the NFL season is currently scheduled to begin on September 10.

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