There are several athletes who can't wait to get back to their jobs. However, considering how the Marlins had to postpone their games after playing the Phillies and finding out more than 10 players tested positive for coronavirus, athletes are rethinking things. Your health is nothing to play with and some athletes aren't taking that risk. The NFL is allowing players to opt out this year if they feel uncomfortable playing amid the pandemic, which, makes sense. Risk your life for a sport? TMZ reports the league says players deemed to be at "high-risk" of being affected by coronavirus can make a $350,000 stipend for opting out. The rest, meanwhile, can make $150,000 in a salary advance if they choose to sit. Well there have already been some players saying they will opt out but Eagles receiver Marquise Goodwin is opting out of the season as well. He and his wife have a 5-month-old baby and he doesn't want to take that risk. He said he has missed several family moments being out of town playing football, especially when his wife had a few miscarriages. This time, he said he is putting family first saying his baby is the reason why he is opting out. He won't play for this season, only. He made his statement on YouTube.