NFLPA tells player there will be no preseason games in 2020
The NFL Players Association told players there will be no preseason games this year, according to a report from NFL.com.
The union's leaders reportedly told players the news in a conference call Tuesday and said it is fighting for a longer ramp-up period for training camp.
Updates from NFLPA call with players tonight:— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) July 21, 2020
- No preseason games in 2020
- Union still pushing for longer ramp-up period in camp
- Roster sizes expected to be 80 to start camp
- General agreement on voluntary and high-risk opt-out
- General agreement on stipend if games lost
The NFLPA also said it has a general agreement with the league on voluntary and high-risk opt-out possibilities and another general agreement on a compensatory stipend in the event games are lost due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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