Players for the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks declared on Tuesday that they intend to boycott voluntary in-person offseason workouts that can begin next Monday as the NFL Players Association continues to urge all players to avoid such activities due to COVID-19 risks and concerns. 

Seattle wide receiver and player representative Tyler Lockett spoke with reporters later in the day and hinted he and his teammates are committed to a virtual offseason for the second straight year. 

"Last year we did a virtual offseason. Nobody expected it to happen, and it worked out perfectly fine," Lockett said, per Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk. "We also want to do a virtual this year."