The NFL is coming off a historic year for the league.
While the league is still in the throes of its collective bargaining agreement negotiations, the league announced on Thursday that players will receive a new set of rules and guidelines for their training.
The NFL is in the middle of the collective bargaining process, which has been under negotiation for three years.
It is also in the midst of a lockout.
The lockout will last through the end of the regular season, with players and teams participating in the new collective bargaining.
The rules announced Thursday are not expected to be final until the end the regular football season, but the league will soon make them available.
The league also released a new training video that will be available for free to all players and will go live during the Super Bowl.
In a series of videos released by the league, players are shown working out with a stationary stationary ball on a stationary bike, running, lifting weights and performing drills.
They are also shown working on agility, flexibility and speed.
“We’re taking our time to learn how to do the things that are important to us,” NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora said in a recent interview.
“I mean, you can’t just put this out there and expect to get away with it.”
The league is also making the new training videos available on social media.
The new video is set to be available to NFL fans via Twitter on Thursday and Facebook on Friday.
The league has been in a state of flux since its new CBA was signed on May 6.
The agreement included new rules that players must agree to.
The changes are expected to impact the way players train, and players have been protesting in protest of the new rules.