The majority of the NFL's teams are banding together to skip the voluntary offseason workouts that are set to begin April 19.

The Denver Broncos became the first club to opt out of the workouts last week, citingconcerns over a lack of "adequate protocols" to return safely due to COVID-19.

The New England Patriots also joined their peers quickly after Denver's announcement. However, the Patriots noted that "many" but not all players will be absent from voluntary workouts.

Meanwhile, the Green Bay Packers decided to hold their first month of spring activities virtually before their players potentially join others on skipping the voluntary workouts this offseason, a source told Rob Demovsky of ESPN. Packers players with workout bonuses will reportedly be credited for attendance by logging on virtually.

Here is the full list of teams that have chosen to withdraw from the spring workouts: