NFL players will participate under a number of coronavirus-related restrictions on the field and off if the league is able to conduct its 2020 season. Players could be fined for off-field actives that lead to the spread of the virus.

The NFLPA conducted a two-hour conference call Thursday with team player reps and NFLPA medical director Thom Mayer, and the call centered on the protocols the league and the union have been discussing to allow players to participate in training camp and the regular season.

Eating out in restaurants and using rideshare services could lead to fines.

Players could also wear protective face shields that could be worn while playing, practicing, working out and moving around team facilities. 

There is a larger call scheduled for Friday that's open to all players, not just reps.