"I've been on the NFLPA calls the last couple times we've had them. ... I don't think we're at a point yet where people are making that decision because we don't have enough information yet to be making decisions like that," Watt said Wednesday, according to ESPN's Sarah Barshop.
"So I think that it's a very fluid process, and I think it keeps coming up. Obviously ... the report date gets closer and closer. But as of right now, we really don't have enough information to make a decision."
The NFL and players' association have yet to determine COVID-19 protocols, whether a portion of players' salaries will be held in escrow, and the number of preseason games that would be played, if any.
"As a vet, personally, do I think that preseason games for somebody in my situations is absolutely necessary? I would say, I don't think so," the nine-year pro added.
"But I think there are a whole bunch of people who need those opportunities and who live for those opportunities. I mean, it can literally change a life. So I see, I see the other side of it where somebody could literally have their entire dream come true because of those games, so that's a very difficult debate to have."