The NFL has been grappling with a troubling problem.
And now it appears to have solved it.
On Tuesday, the league’s chief executive, Roger Goodell, announced that the league will require teams to allow players to leave the locker room after the season.
That’s good news for players who want to leave their jobs for personal reasons.
It also has been a thorn in the side of some teams.
For years, teams have been forced to take them out of the locker rooms when the season ends.
But in the new collective bargaining agreement, the NFL’s players will be allowed to leave a locker room if it’s raining, a coach is injured, or the team needs to rest.
This new rule means players who choose to leave don’t have to do it at the end of the season, which can be a huge time saver for players like Brandon Marshall, who has been suspended three times for taking a shower in the locker-room of his own free will.
It’s not an ideal solution, but it’s an effective one.
The league is taking steps to make its locker room policy more in line with the needs of its players, and it’s a positive step in that direction.
The NFLPA will likely try to argue that the rule is unnecessary.
After all, players who are not allowed to go to the lockerroom after games are still part of the league, and teams will still have to allow them to leave if they’re not injured or if they need to work out.
But there’s no evidence that the policy is hurting the league financially.
Goodell has said that the NFLPA’s proposal is a “lame duck.”