NFL stars raise fears over NFL’s COVID-19 safety protocols

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NFL stars raise fears over NFL’s COVID-19 safety protocols

A significant number of leading players of the National Football League (NFL) raised their worries over the coronavirus safety protocols of the league as teams prepare to begin training camps ahead of the season. Patrick Mahomes, Super Bowel 2020 MVP, and Drew Brees & Russel Wilson, the fellow Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks all named for the league to toughen protocols to ensure the health and safety of players.

Russel Wilson tweets that he is afraid. His wife is pregnant. The training NFL camp is about to start. And there is still No Clear Plan on player health and family safety. Players want to play football, but they want to protect their loved ones also.

The 2020-21 season scheduled to start on 10th September

The 2020-21 season of NFL scheduled to start on 10th September, and the training camps scheduled to start on 28th July. Brees, the New Orleans Saints star, says that he has the worry that the NFL is not following the advice move off by its medical experts.

He tweeted that players need Football and sports. The unwillingness of the NFL to follow the suggestions and recommendations of their own medical experts will prevent that. If the NFL does not do their job to keep players safe and healthy, simply there is no football in 2020.

In the meantime, J.J. Watt, the Houston Texans star tweeted a list of what players do and do not know – mainly whether they would test every day and every other day.

NFL stars raise fears over NFL’s Coronavirus Safety Protocols
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Players Standing up for each other

He NFL said in a statement that all thirty-two teams took part in the Friday conference call and updated on the current start plan of the league for training camps and the season. Brian McCarthy, the spokesman of the NFL, says that they will continue to exercise the safety and health protocols developed mutually with the NFLPA and depend on top medical experts’ advice, including review by the CDC.

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