The NFL has announced it’s putting a cap on the number of games teams can play in one season.
This is the second year the league has done so, with the previous year having more than 400 games in a season.
The league says teams will only be allowed to play an average of 16 games per year, and that’s the lowest total the league can have.
It’s not exactly the kind of number that will allow teams to afford luxury goods, or even to compete in the playoffs.
The new rule, which was announced Tuesday, will affect all teams in the NFL.
That includes the Minnesota Vikings, who will not play a single regular-season game until 2018.
They will also be limited to two playoff games.
Here’s how the rest of the NFL will look.
The NFL says that teams can only play 15 games per season, and teams will have to limit their games to 15 to 20 games.
It also allows teams to make the playoffs with the league’s highest-scoring offense, the Seattle Seahawks, but only with an average margin of victory of at least 7 points per game.
The rule is the first in the league to limit games to a minimum of 15.
Teams can only have 15 teams.
The number of teams per league will also decrease from 15 to 10 teams.
But the league will still have two playoff slots per team, and the playoff spot will be decided by the highest-rated team from each division.
Teams are allowed to have as many as five active players on their roster, as well as a first-round pick and a second-round selection in the first round of the 2017 draft.
Teams also will not be allowed any players under contract to remain unsigned for the entire year.
So teams will still be able to sign players on rookie contracts, but those contracts are limited to $1 million, and players will not receive any raises or bonuses in exchange.
The first-year salary cap will be $69 million.
Teams will be allowed one guaranteed contract, but that contract can be modified by a vote of the general manager.
Teams with an established practice of signing and trading for free agents will not have to pay a cap charge.
That will allow them to retain players who might otherwise have signed elsewhere.