The NFL is looking to expand its partnerships with educational services.
The NFLPA announced Tuesday that it is expanding its partnership with a program that provides access to education resources on the Internet, through a partnership with The College for College Learning, which has its headquarters in the Bronx.
The NFLPA will now offer educational resources to players, coaches and other members of the team for free.
The league has been looking to offer free access to players for several years, and it is the first time the league has done so.
The league’s educational resource efforts were announced at the NFL’s annual general meeting in January.
NFL players, like all players, have access to their team’s playbook, schedule, news, player development and other information through the NFL.
The player’s union has long pushed for the NFL to include more of its team’s resources online.
In January, the NFL Players Association announced a partnership between The College and the NFL, with the goal of reaching 10,000 college students through the program.
The college will help players prepare for their college football season, and The College will provide college-level resources, according to the NFLP.
In March, The College also partnered with the AFL Players Association to provide free access for college athletes to the team’s game tape.
The program also allows athletes to access all the team information on its website, as well as the NFL Network, according the NFLB.
In May, the league announced its plans to launch a new program that will allow fans to receive in-person access to the games of the current season.
The new program will allow players to download and watch game film and games live.
The online video service will be called GamePass, and will be available to players at participating stadiums, according The NFL’s official site.