Drew Brees is speaking up and calling out the NFL in regards to its lack of awareness in player safety as the league prepares for the upcoming season. The future Hall of Fame quarterback warns that, if the NFL doesn’t get its act together, there will be no football in 2020.

Sunday morning, Brees fired off a tweet blasting the NFL for not doing enough to protect players during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We need Football! We need sports! We need hope! The NFL’s unwillingness to follow the recommendations of their own medical experts will prevent that,” Brees said on Twitter. “If the NFL doesn’t do their part to keep players healthy there is no football in 2020. It’s that simple. Get it done NFL.”

On Saturday, the league office sent out a memo stating that training camp would begin this week, with rookies reporting on July 21, quarterbacks and injured players on July 23 and all other players on July 28. However, there are still ongoing discussions regarding testing policies and safety protocols between the NFL and the NFL Players Association.

“If any club is not in compliance with health and safety protocols outlined in the original March agreement, the union can file an expedited grievance,” NFL.com’s Tom Pelissero reported. “Discussions between the sides continue, with owners set to meet via conference call Friday.”

J.J. Watt echoed similar sentiments with his own social media post.

“Once again, in the interest of keeping everyone (players & fans) as informed as possible, here is an updated list of what we as players know and don’t know as the first group gets set to report to training camp tomorrow,” Watt tweeted.

He attached notes in his tweet, as well.

While the league is still planning to move forward with the season, it seems players are a little more reluctant. Hopefully, all issues can be resolved and the season can continue in 2020.