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Ranking the NFL's 5 Most Likely Players to Hold Out of the 2020 Season

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the Cincinnati Bengals
Yannick Ngakoue
New Orleans Saints
the Los Angeles Chargers
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the Los Angeles Rams
The Dallas Cowboys
DeMarcus Lawrence
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Ezekiel Elliott's
Melvin Gordon's
Adam Lefkoe
Matt Miller
Connor Rogers
A.J. Green
Andy Dalton
Paul Dehner Jr.
Alvin Kamara
Christian McCaffrey
Michael Thomas
Joey Bosa
Frank Clark
Aaron Donald
Dak Prescott
Amari Cooper
Mike Florio
Mike McCarthy
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Positivity     42.00%   
   Negativity   58.00%
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Over three years, Mixon has averaged 4.2 yards per carry, scored 17 rushing touchdowns and posted consecutive 1,100-yard seasons. Cincinnati has opened its checkbook as one of free agency's most active teams—and it also figures to give Green an extension and is otherwise paying up on his franchise tag.A Mixon holdout can't drag on too long, or he'll run the risk of harming his case for getting to market at a later date, but one of the league's most overlooked backs has a valid reason for using what time he has. The 2017 third-round pick is set to play on a paltry $2.4 million cap hit in 2020, the final year of his rookie deal, but has already rushed for 2,408 yards and 27 touchdowns while averaging five yards per carry over three seasons. Elsewhere in the NFC South, Carolina hit Christian McCaffrey with a four-year, $64 million extension, and he's another back with 90-plus targets in every season. Bosa, set to make $14.4 million in 2020 during the fifth year of his rookie deal, continues to play at a Hall of Fame pace.

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