NFL players have the right to choose to forgo the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Two options for those who wish to do so.

“Voluntary” renunciation: the player receives 150,000 dollars. His contract is postponed to next season but the amount received is considered an advance on his salary. His season is not counted towards the free agency. Non-drafted free agents cannot receive the $ 150,000.

Quitting because of “high risk”: for players with a risky condition (cancer, kidney problems, lung disease, heart problems, diabetes, etc.). They receive 350,000 dollars which is not considered as an advance on salary and their season is counted towards the free agency.

Voluntary waivers

Baltimore Ravens: KR De’Anthony Thomas, OL Andre Smith

Buffalo Bills: DT Star Lotulelei

Dallas Cowboys: CB Maurice Canady, WR Stephen Guidry

Green Bay Packers: WR Devin Funchess

Houston Texans: DT Eddie Vanderdoes

Kansas City Chiefs: OL Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

New England Patriots: LB Dont’a Hightower, FB Dan Vitale, RB Brandon Bolden, OL Najee Toran

Seattle Seahawks: OL Chance Warmack

Tennessee Titans: OL Anthony McKinney

“High risk” waivers

Minnesota Vikings: DT Michael Pierce

New England Patriots: OL Marcus Cannon

Washington Football Team: DE Caleb Brantley

Unspecified waivers

Carolina Panthers: UDFA LB Jordan Mack

Chicago Bears: DT Eddie Goldman

Denver Broncos: DT Kyle Peko

New England Patriots: S Patrick Chung

New Orleans Saints: TE Jason Vander Laan, TE Cole Wick

New York Jets: OL Leo Koloamatangi

Philadelphia Eagles: WR Marquise Goodwin