Tre Boston concerned about 2020 National Football League season: 'It's not looking good'

NFLPA recommends canceling preseason altogether this year

NFLPA recommends canceling preseason altogether this year

The NFLPA recently estimated to agents that league revenue would drop by $3 billion this season if games are played without fans.

"We don't want to merely return to work and have the season shut down before we even get started", Tretter wrote.

According to the collective bargaining agreement, the National Football League can impose up to four preseason games per team this season and up to three when the regular season goes to 17 games in 2021.

"Our main concern is player safety, both in regard to preventing the virus' transmission as well as preventing injuries after an extended and historically unique layoff".

According to Mike Garafolo of NFL.com, the NFL and the player's association have already begun discussing a formal "opt-out program" for players who do not feel comfortable with playing in 2020 due to the ongoing public health crisis.

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If fans are allowed to attend games this fall, they might have to sign a COVID waiver, according to a report from The Athletic's Daniel Kaplan.

The four people spoke on condition of anonymity because the league and the union haven't reached an agreement.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, it appears the plan is for National Football League teams to carry less than 90 players into training camp, with 75 to 80 players at max being floated as the possible number.

The one card the NFL has in their pocket as opposed to other sports leagues is that they're not yet at a point where it's trying to "force" games to happen. "We will continue working together". This will also mean lots of promising young players will not get a shot to prove their worth before being cut. "Making decisions outside that lens is both unsafe and irresponsible".

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