NFL players are being asked to stop drinking red wine on the field for the rest of the season.
The league said Sunday that players must wear red, and players can’t be in the team bathroom while on the court.
“Players must be aware that the game is being played on the fields of the National Football League,” NFL spokeswoman Amanda Farrar said in a statement.
“This includes the locker room and on the courts of the NFL, but does not include the showers.
Players are encouraged to continue to practice, practice and practice as long as they remain safe.” “
The rule will remain in place until the rule book is finalized and is approved by the league and/or the Commissioner.
Players are encouraged to continue to practice, practice and practice as long as they remain safe.”
The NFL is facing a new scandal over players allegedly playing a drinking game while drunk.
It emerged last week that the Raiders had been fined $1 million by the NFL after a video surfaced of a player and two assistants using a red wine mixer to make their team drink at a party.
Raiders coach Jack Del Rio has said the players were unaware of the rules.
“We have to live with that.
It’s the NFL and the players,” Del Rio said on a Monday appearance on the “Fox & Friends” show.
“I don’t know what they’re going to do.
It happens all the time, but we’ve got to live, as we all do, with it.
That’s part of it.
We’ve got guys in here who are here for a living, and we’ve had to deal with it all the way through.
It just happens.
And it’s not something we can control.
It’s one of those things that happens, it happens for a reason and we have to accept it and move forward.”