Buffalo Bills cornerback Tre'Davious White is waiting until the last possible moment to make a call on his status for the 2020 NFL season.
Players have until Thursday to opt out of the coming campaign amid the coronavirus pandemic.
But 2019 Pro Bowler White is still to make a final decision as he first discusses his options with his family.
Speaking to reporters from the Bills' facility on Wednesday, the 25-year-old revealed the restrictive impact on his children was at the forefront of his thinking.
"I've got until tomorrow, but I just wanted to come in and see how the season was going to go as far as moving around in locker rooms and the day-to-day operations," he said.
"I'm just talking it over with my old lady and seeing what will be the best decision for my kids, too.
"That plays a part in it, them being up here and not being able to come to the games, them moving around and my kids being unable to go to school, and being away from my family for such a long time without being able to do anything.
"We're taking it down to the last day and we'll decide from there. I'm still undecided, honestly."
White added: "It's just the aspect of guys still testing positive or having false-positive tests and coming back and testing negative. It's just those things that psychologically play a part in my thinking each and every day.
"Do I want to come in here and get my 11-month-old baby sick just trying to love him and pick him up? Do I want to risk that?
"At the end of the day, no matter what, my family's going to come first - no matter what's going on, no matter how big the season is. I'm always putting my kids first.
"That's still weighing on me. Those are the things that I think about each and every day, just trying to see if I'm willing to go the distance, go four or five months doing the same thing, having my kids stuck in the house.
"I don't know if I'm willing to do that. I just don't know. I'm going to pray about it and see how it is. I don't know, man."
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson opted out on Wednesday, similarly referring to his family as he announced his decision on Twitter.
"Because of this crazy time, I choose to put my family in the best situation I see fit," he wrote.