NFLPA vice president of business and legal affairs Casey Schwab stated that legalized sports betting could have immense ramifications concerning player privacy.

The U.S. Supreme Court voted 7-2 in May that the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act is unconstitutional, allowing states to offer legalized sports gambling on a state-by-state basis. Delaware and New Jersey offer legalized sports betting, while many other states may have the framework in place when the NFL season begins in September.

During a summer meeting conducted Friday by the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States, the NFLPA expressed their concern about how legalized sports betting would affect their players.