The training camp will officially open in 20 days, and the NFL and players’ Union are still grappling with a series of issues that need to be addressed.

One of the questions is whether to allow players to choose not to participate in the 2020 season under the influence of the new championship epidemic.

The league and the players’ Union are expected to allow players to opt out of the 2020 season, but need to make a decision and notify the League before a specific date, according to NFL Network reporters on Wednesday.

“The league and the players’ Union would like to give players who have doubts about the new championship epidemic not to participate in this season because of their physical condition, their family’s physical condition, or the new championship epidemic situation,” the reporter reported. Earlier this week, the general managers of teams were informed that players would have to decide whether to participate in the 2020 season before a specific date, which has not yet been decided

Both MLB and NBA have had players decide not to play. Jason mccourty, Devin mccourty, stefon diggs and other players have expressed concerns about playing during the epidemic.

President of the players’ Union: NFL should give priority to the safety of players

There are still three weeks to go before the training camp’s expected start date, but there are still disagreements between the NFL and the players’ Union over how the camp and the preseason go.

JC Tretter, President of the players’ Union, reiterated on Tuesday that the players’ Union’s focus was “player safety” and that this should also be the goal of the NFL, rather than focusing on returning to “normal state.”.