The NFL is an amazing place to watch football.
But that’s not all.
We know football can be hard work, a lot of work.
So we have a ton of surprises in store for you in this week’s edition of the Inside the NFL podcast.
And one of the best surprises is that the NFL does care about what you and your friends and your family think.
As you may have heard, the league has put out a new rule that allows fans to leave messages on the backs of helmets.
The idea is that they’re part of the league’s effort to help fans identify the helmet of their favorite player.
So the idea is you don’t have to go through the trouble of buying a new helmet if you don’st want to.
We asked the league if it’s okay to leave those messages.
Here’s what it said: “This new rule was developed in response to the overwhelming number of requests from fans and sponsors to provide information to fans and supporters about the design of their helmet, the number of players on each team, the amount of money a helmet represents, and more.
Please complete the survey and return it to the league office with your helmet identification number. “
For fans who want to leave their helmet information on the field of play, we also have created a helmet survey tool to help identify where fans have placed their helmets.
Please complete the survey and return it to the league office with your helmet identification number.
The new helmet survey is also available to the general public.
Fans are encouraged to complete this survey before they leave their home to help the league learn more about where their fans are placing their helmets.”
So, there you go.
You’re free to leave a message on your helmet, even if you think it’s a little rude to do so.
You can leave the information up for a month.
And the NFL wants to hear from you.
You’ll be asked to submit the helmet information again, so the league can determine how many helmets you’d like to keep.
So, go ahead and leave your helmet number up.