The NFL has released the list of players it says are involved in a major data breach that led to the discovery of more than 700 player crash reports.
The list is available in two parts.
The first includes all players who are listed in the league’s crash reports as a result of the incident.
The second includes all crashes involving the players, with details of how they were affected.
According to the list, the NFL found that the accounts of at least 11 players were compromised by hackers who accessed their accounts using a phishing website.
The hackers accessed the accounts using the credentials of the NFLPA and were able to read and delete the players’ information.
Players listed in both the first part and the second part of the list have since been released.
The NFL says that players in both parts are currently receiving medical treatment.
Players are being held responsible for any damages caused to their accounts.
The league has also released a video highlighting the vulnerabilities the players face.