NFL teams are about to start using self-monitorers in their health and safety systems to track health and performance.
The league announced Monday that it will start using the devices and will start paying for the devices by next season.
NFL teams will use the devices to keep track of the physical and mental health of their players, but the teams will also have to provide data on players’ activities.
The teams have been using the software for years in other sports.
It’s been used in football, basketball, soccer, rugby, soccer and baseball, and is currently being used in rugby league.
This marks the first time the league has actually been required to pay for the hardware.
The NFL was required to begin paying for its own health-tracking hardware in 2014 after a federal appeals court ruled that the league had to use the technology because it did not comply with privacy laws.
The decision led to a series of lawsuits and an ongoing debate about privacy, privacy rights and data privacy.
The software is currently only available to players and employees.
The National Football League will pay for and pay for health and physical data from players, according to a release from the league.
The players and their representatives will receive financial incentives to report any injury or illness to the league office.
The team will also pay for monitoring of players who are on the field and the team will pay the medical expenses of players on the roster.
The information collected will be used for analytics on players, including their performance and health.
The first team to get the devices will be the Cleveland Browns, which will pay $50,000 to get them and will have to submit an annual report to the NFL.
The New York Giants, Washington Redskins and Minnesota Vikings will also get them.
In addition, teams will be able to buy a device for free from the NFL for $200.
The devices will also be free to teams that are willing to use them, but they won’t be used by any players, unless they are injured or have a medical condition that requires them to be on the sideline.
The technology will be in use at the start of the 2016 season, according a release.
The device has been used by the NFL since it was founded in 1946.
It has a proprietary system for tracking players that is different from other sports’ systems because the players are wearing their equipment, so it can’t be easily monitored by someone on the other side of the field.