While almost all of the sports world has paused, the NFL will continue with business as usual this week.

The NFL sent a memo to teams on Sunday night to let them know there will be no changes to the schedule for free agency, despite speculation the league could delay the start because of the coronavirus crisis.

That means teams have until 11:59 a.m. Monday to apply the franchise tag to players. The negotiating window opens at noon for teams to talk to agents. Players can officially sign at 4 p.m. Wednesday when the new league year begins.

Many people around the league thought the NFL would delay the start to free agency as the country deals with the COVID-19 pandemic. The NFL and the NFLPA had discussions Sunday, but ultimately decided not to move the start.

According to ESPN, the NFLPA would not consent to moving the league year. ESPN said the union did not see why the league year should move since the business could be done remotely and the situation with coronavirus could get worse in the coming weeks.