The NFL has a turf infilling program and a $10 million buyout program for each team.
Here’s how to get started.
The NFL turf program and buyout programs for each NFL team are: •The NFL’s $10 Million turf program.
The league says it will invest $10M in $1.4 billion infill projects in 2018, $1M in 2019, $300K in 2020 and $300,000 in 2021.
The $10,000 buyout for each franchise in 2018 is for $2M infill.
The buyout is not guaranteed, and the $100K buyout in 2020 is contingent on a certain number of players signing with each team in 2021 and remaining with the franchise through 2026.
The franchise can use any funds from the buyout, but the maximum amount the franchise can spend on the buyouts is $250,000.
•The $300M buyout.
The program pays the players the maximum $300 million per team in 2018-19.
Teams are not required to spend the money.
The first $300MM of the buy out is for the 2018-2019 season.
The rest is tied up in 2021, 2022 and 2023.
The players get the rest.
The maximum amount each player can earn is $50,000,000 for each year in 2021-22.
The teams can use the $50M buyouts to offset their $25 million or $50 million buyouts for 2019-2022.
Teams can use $25M buy outs for the 2020-2021 season, but can’t use $50 or $75M buy out in the 2021-2023 seasons.
The 2018-2020 season is also for the purchase, but no more than $25,000 can be used in 2018 and 2019.
The 2020-2020 and 2021-2020 seasons are also for teams to spend on other costs related to the turf program, such as facility upgrades.
The 2019-2020 buyout was not guaranteed.
The 2022-2024 buyout can be set at the purchase price or at the minimum amount.
The purchase program for 2019 is scheduled to end on June 30, 2020, the last day the buy outs are available for teams.
The 2021-21 and 2022-21 seasons are set to end June 30.
Teams must pay $25 or $55 million in 2018 or 2019 to have the buy-out available for 2021-23.
•Plants that produce turf can also be used.
The EPA has awarded the NFL $15 million to buy 30,000 acres of grass and grow turf in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle, as well as two acres in Arizona.
The money will pay for turf, turf replicas, plants and equipment.
The cost of planting the turf will be paid by the NFL.
The total amount of turf is estimated at $8 million, and a third of the cost is to be paid for in 2021 when the buyins are set up.
The other $3.5 million will be set aside for infrastructure projects in 2019.
•Carpets and fencing can also help create a better turf environment for the league’s most valuable asset: its players.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has said he wants players to have a chance to play in a “frosted-in-the-sun” atmosphere, and he’s committed to putting more artificial turf on the field.
Goodell has been looking to expand the program to 10 teams.
If approved by the owners, the purchase program will be funded by the league and by the National Football League Players Association.