The NFL is taking its talent and draft strategy a step further by introducing a new skill-point game.
NFL teams are going to have to pay a new fee for a game that is supposed to take place in their own facilities, with players having to sign up for the game on the field as well.
The league has been trying to figure out what to do with the sport since its inception in 1994.
Now, the league has released a proposal that would allow players to pay $10 to $25 to play in a skill-based game.
That fee would be a significant chunk of the NFL’s total annual revenue.
The money would be split between the league, teams and players, with the league receiving a small percentage.
The NFL has long said that the sport has not proven itself to be as profitable as it could be, and that players should be paid more to play it.
In a 2015 report, the NFL said it is willing to allow players more flexibility in terms of playing time and compensation.
The league would then use those revenue-sharing payments to help develop talent and build rosters.
The proposal to pay more to players in the sport is expected to be approved by the NFL Board of Governors this week.
The proposal will then go to the owners for approval.