The NFL’s political news section is getting a facelift.
It’s called Political News.
It’s where the news will be about the politics of the NFL, and how those politics influence the league.
The site will include live video, analysis, and analysis of NFL and NFLPA-led efforts.
It will also feature daily analysis of political events, as well as breaking news and analysis.
The site is being developed in partnership with the NFLPA and the NFL Players Association.
It was created to improve the perception of the league and the league’s players on issues of public interest, especially those related to voting rights and racial justice.
The NFLPA’s executive director, DeMaurice Smith, said in a statement: This is a major step forward for the political coverage of the National Football League, a major advance in the long-term advancement of our efforts to address issues of racism, police brutality, and discrimination.
The political news that is delivered through this site will be consistent with the values that we believe in as NFL players.
It is our hope that the site will help us engage our fans, fans of all races, and fans of other sports, and it will be an important tool for all of us to better understand and appreciate our sport.
This isn’t the first time the NFL has tried to create a political news site.
In 2013, the league launched its own site called NFL Politics.
Its political news is much more diverse and includes a lot of information about the league itself.
The website was criticized for not being well-curated.
In the latest development, the NFL is making a push to broaden its political coverage, with a new site and app that will be launched in August.
The new site will have the same focus, with news that will not only include the politics and the issues, but also the players’ efforts to make the league more inclusive.
The app will have a similar focus, but will be focused on players’ voices.
The NFL also is trying to build out its own political coverage through the league-produced ProFootballTalk.
The company is also planning a project that will include a live blog of every NFL game from the 2016 season.