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Aaron Donald, Jared Goff among Rams tweeting ‘#WeWantToPlay’ on Sunday

NFL players for every team joined together to ask the NFL for certain conditions to be met before training camps begin

Chicago Bears v. Los Angeles Rams Photo by Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images

Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle and two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald tweeted on Sunday that the league will “need to make sure football can come back the right way” and with the hashtag “#WeWantToPlay.” Donald is one of countless NFL players tweeting the hashtag on Sunday and professing their desire for certain conditions to be met before reporting to training camp.

Rams quarterback Jared Goff didn’t use the hashtag, but still said “We want to play!” when he tweeted that “The NFL needs to do their part in order to bring football back safely in 2020.”

All-Pro punter Johnny Hekker quote retweeted Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, noting that “my family deserves to know that the @NFL is doing everything in their power to keep us safe,” as Wilson had mentioned that his wife is pregnant and that he was concerned.

Tight end Tyler Higbee, tackle Bobby Evans, receiver Josh Reynolds, and linebacker Samson Ebukam were among Rams players who were retweeting many of the messages from players around the league.

Sean McVay previously set target report dates of July 23 for rookies and July 28 for veterans to report. Will Rams players be there on Thursday?