These NFL Players With Cancer in their Family Opt-Out of Season: ‘With Fear & Trembling, We Struggle to Keep Our Priorities in Order’

Published Aug 4, 2020

These NFL Players With Cancer in their Family Opt-Out of Season: ‘With Fear & Trembling, We Struggle to Keep Our Priorities in Order’

Players facing cancer caregiving and compromised immune systems at home are walking away from millions of dollars as they make the brave decision to prioritize health — and loved ones — over football.

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