NFL players are on a five-day strike, with the New York Giants and Seattle Seahawks both on strike as well.
The NFL is on a two-day lockout and the NFLPA is calling for players to be allowed to make the move by noon on Wednesday, Feb. 7.
Players are being told to return to work and they’re being told that they can work only from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., which is 10 hours.
Players are being asked to work on the first day of the strike, which starts at 11:30am ET.
Players can take advantage of a three-day break.
This is a break during the first four weeks of a strike.
There are also players on strike who are expected to return.
There are also workers on strike.
This includes union employees who are on strike and others who are eligible to strike.
Here are some of the players on the strike.
Trent Dilfer is on strike with the Pittsburgh Steelers, who have two games remaining.
He is on the same day as Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who was in Seattle for a Seahawks training camp.
This is the same week that the Seahawks were to play the Saints in a game.
Seattle is scheduled to host the Falcons on Saturday.
The Giants are on the second day of a two day strike, as well as the Chargers, the Chiefs and the Raiders.
The teams are scheduled to play each other on Saturday and Sunday.
San Francisco is expected to host St. Louis on Sunday.
The Cowboys are scheduled for a game against the Seahawks on Sunday, and the Cardinals are scheduled on Thursday.
The Chargers, Patriots, Panthers, Jets and Cowboys are all on strike, but the Patriots have scheduled an early game against Atlanta on Friday.
The Broncos are on Sunday against the Jets.
The Steelers are on Saturday against the Colts.
The Raiders are scheduled against the Eagles on Sunday at 1:30pm ET.
The Steelers are scheduled Thursday against the Bengals at 1pm ET on Thursday, and Sunday against Washington at 2:30.