The NFL is taking steps to ensure that all of its teams have access to the nation’s largest indoor learning center, and the process will take some time.
The league announced Tuesday that it has signed a $3.9 billion contract with the nonprofit, which offers a wide range of learning, athletic and other opportunities for young people and the disabled.
The deal is the first in the NFL to go into effect and is expected to last five years.
The deal is a huge boost for the nonprofit and gives it access to a larger number of facilities, a much larger workforce, more resources and greater visibility in the community.
The nonprofit is currently housed at the University of Tennessee, where it is run by the Tennessee chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.
It is not immediately clear what the nonprofit’s plans for the facility will look like.
The agreement requires the nonprofit to work with the Tennessee Board of Regents, which will decide what the next steps are for the center.
The board will decide on whether to renew the agreement, the Associated Press reported.
The contract also allows for the establishment of new educational programs.
The agreement is the latest in a series of efforts by the NFL and the nonprofit in recent years to address the long-standing issue of accessibility in the league.
The league announced in 2015 that it was developing a suite of educational services that would enable players to use the facility as well as the equipment and equipment related to the NFL.
In 2016, the league signed a contract with a company that was working on a program to provide coaching and physical therapy for NFL players and their families.
The NFL has also been pushing for the inclusion of wheelchair access at all of the NFL facilities.
The Tennessee facility, which opened in the spring of 2017, includes one of the largest facilities of its kind in the nation.
The facility also has the distinction of being the first NFL facility to have its own dedicated wheelchair ramp, a first in a professional sports facility.