Much like the MLB and NBA, the NFL has agreed to allow players to opt out of the 2020 season for health and safety reasons.

In the collectively bargained agreement between the NFL and NFLPA, players who are considered “high risk” for COVID-19 can earn $350,000 and an accrued NFL season if they choose to opt out. Those who are not deemed “high risk” can earn $150,000 for opting out.

With NFL training camp set to begin, players are starting to make their decisions on whether or not they will play in the 2020 season.

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Here is who is opting out thus far:

De’Anthony Thomas, KR, Baltimore Ravens

Andre Smith, OL, Baltimore Ravens

Star Lotulelei, DT, Buffalo Bills

Jordan Mack, LB, Carolina Panthers

Eddie Goldman, DT, Chicago Bears

Goldman, a key cog in the Bears’ defense, reportedly is opting out due to health concerns, which may means he has a medical condition and could be deemed high risk. He is the first Bears player to opt out.

Maurice Candy, CB, Dallas Cowboys

Stephen Guidry, WR, Dallas Cowboys

Devin Funchess, WR, Green Bay Packers

Eddie Vanderdoes, DT, Houston Texans

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OL, Kansas City Chiefs

Duvernay-Tardiff is opting out of the season so he can continue working at a long-term care facility in Quebec to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.

Michael Pierce, DL, Minnesota Vikings

Patrick Chung, S, New England Patriots

Chung became the sixth Patriots player to opt out of the season. The 12-year veteran had expressed concerns on social media earlier in July about being able to play and adhere to social distancing.

Dont’a Hightower, LB, New England Patriots

Hightower, 30, is not high risk himself, but has a newborn baby boy and a mother with Type 2 diabetes. He was set to earn a base salary of $8 million, which will now toll to the 2021 season.

Brandon Bolden, RB, New England Patriots

Marcus Cannon, OT, New England Patriots]

Cannon, 32, is a cancer survivor – who was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma before the 2011 NFL Draft. The veteran tackle is considered a high risk candidate and will receive $350,000 this season.

Danny Vitale, FB, New England Patriots

Najee Toran, G, New England Patriots

Cole Wick, TE, New Orleans Saints

Nate Solder, OL, New York Giants

Solder, a cancer survivor, announced that he was opting out of the season on Wednesday. Not only is Solder a cancer survivor and deemed high risk for COVID, but his son is also a cancer survivor and he and his wife welcomed another baby boy back in the spring.

Leo Koloamatangi, OL, New York Jets

Marquise Goodwin, WR, Philadelphia Eagles

Goodwin informed the team on Tuesday that he was opting out due to health concerns. The 29-year-old wide receiver just had a newborn baby girl five months ago after three previous miscarriages.

Chance Warmack, OL, Seattle Seahawks

Anthony McKinney, OL, Tennessee Titans

Caleb Brantley, DE, Washington

Brantley was the first high-risk player to announce he would opt out of the 2020 season.