The NFL is considering requiring fans attending games this season to sign liability waivers shielding the teams from COVID-19 lawsuits, sources said. The decision came after the association took a vote and unanimously decided the league skip the all preseason games.
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"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". In fact, they are pushing for no preseason games at all.
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Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reported that NFLPA exec Don Davis told those reps on a conference call that the union's response was to tell the league to "kick rocks" when they put forth the proposal.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the league doesn't want to engage in a public dispute similar to the contentious discussions between Major League Baseball and its players' union.
A team's travelling party will reportedly be limited to include no more than 110 non-players, and all members must wear masks.
Schefter is also reporting that the league is considering expanding their practice squad rosters to 16-20 players during the pandemic, to allow teams a "deeper stash" of players to choose from if any one on their active roster were to get sick.