Every Giants’ player will play this season
Just last year at this time 66 NFL players decided to opt out of the 2020 NFL season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A year later and a total of zero players will be opting out for the upcoming season. Of course this is largely in part due to the fact that over 60 percent of adults have received a COVID vaccine.
Every NFL team including the New York Giants plan on having their stadiums at full capacity this coming fall as well.
Last year the only player on the Giants that didn’t play after opting out was offensive tackle Nate Solder who will be playing this season and will have to compete for the starting tight tackle job with Matthew Peart.
Even though some NFL players are leery of getting vaccinated, as long as enough of them do, it should help cut down on any possible outbreaks this coming season. Teams like the Baltimore Ravens had a rough time dealing with a massive COVID outbreak in 2020.
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