68 NFL players opt out of playing the 2020 season over coronavirus concerns

Several Super Bowl champions are among those who are not playing in 2020

A total of 68 players have opted out of the 2020 NFL season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Twenty-two offensive linemen and 11 defensive linemen opted out. Players with a medical opt-out will receive a $350,000 stipend, while those voluntarily opting out receive $150,000 as an advance against future salaries.

There were also 11 wide receivers; eight linebackers, six cornerbacks, four running backs, three tight ends and safeties who chose to opt-out. There were no quarterbacks, kickers or punters.

If a player decides to walk away because of a changed medical circumstance, he will get a stipend -- unless he already exceeded the value of the stipend in the time he was active. There will be no financial compensation for voluntary future opt-outs.

There also are salary cap relief machinations attached to opt-outs. Contract bonus payments due to be applied to the cap in 2020 will be delayed a year even though the bonus has been paid.

Here is the complete list of players who have opted out of the 2020 season.

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ARIZONA CARDINALS

Marcus Gilbert, OL

BALTIMORE RAVENS

Andre Smith, OL

De'Anthony Thomas, KR

BUFFALO BILLS

E.J. Gaines, CB

Star Lotulelei, DT

CAROLINA PANTHERS

Jordan Mack, LB

Christian Miller, LB

CHICAGO BEARS

Eddie Goldman, DT

Jordan Lucas, S

CINCINNATI BENGALS

Josh Tupou, DT

Isaiah Prince, OT

CLEVELAND BROWNS

Drake Dorbeck, OL

Drew Forbes, OL

Andrew Billings, DT

Colby Gossett, OL

Malcolm Pridgeon, OL

DALLAS COWBOYS

Maurice Canady, DB

Stephen Guidry, WR

Jamize Olawale, FB

DENVER BRONCOS

Kyle Peko, DT

Ja’Wuan James, OL

DETROIT LIONS

John Atkins, DT

Geronimo Allison, WR

Russell Bodine, OL

GREEN BAY PACKERS

Devin Funchess, WR

HOUSTON TEXANS

Eddie Vanderdoes, DT

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

Skai Moore, LB

Rolan Milligan, DB

Marvell Tell, DB

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

Al Woods, DT

Lerentee McCray, LB

Rashaan Melvin, DB

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OL

Damien Williams, RB

Lucas Niang, OL

LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

D.J. Killings, DB

Jeremiah Valoaga, DE

Ukeme Eligwe, LB

LOS ANGELES RAMS

Chandler Brewer, OL

MIAMI DOLPHINS

Allen Hurns, WR

Albert Wilson, WR

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

Michael Pierce, DT

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

Brandon Bolden, RB

Patrick Chung, S

Dont'a Hightower, LB

Marcus Cannon, OL

Najee Toran, OL

Dan Vitale, RB

Marqise Lee, WR

Matt LaCosse, TE

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

Jason Vander Laan, TE

Cole Wick, TE

NEW YORK GIANTS

Nate Solder, T

Da’Mari Scott, WR

Sam Beal, DB

NEW YORK JETS

Leo Koloamtangi, C

C.J. Mosley, LB

Josh Doctson, WR

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

Marquise Goodwin, WR

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

Travis Benjamin, WR

Shon Coleman, OL

Jake Brendel, C

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

Chance Warmack, OL

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

Brad Seaton, OL

TENNESSEE TITANS

Anthony McKinney, T

WASHINGTON

Caleb Brantley, DL

Josh Harvey-Clemons, LB

FREE AGENTS

Larry Warford, OL

The Associated Press contributed to this report.