A new NFL learning hub is in the works for its players, according to multiple sources.
It’s called the NFL Learning Center, and it’s designed to help players learn how to get better.
The goal is to help them be more productive in the NFL, but also to help other players and coaches as well.
According to sources, the hub is expected to be in place for the 2017 season.
It will be powered by the NFL’s NFL Advanced Analytics program, which is tasked with helping the league figure out which players are doing the best and most effective work in a given situation.
The program has already produced several projects, including a series on how to improve on defense, and has been instrumental in identifying which players excel at various aspects of the game.
The NFL’s analytics team is tasked to help with all aspects of football, from game flow to player development.
It’s also tasked with producing weekly reports on how the league’s players are performing on the field.
The new hub will be the culmination of years of work by the league.
It has been in the process of being implemented for months, and the NFL has been working on it for some time, multiple sources told ESPN.
It was announced this past fall.
The hub is also expected to focus on helping players develop their own skills.
It is not known if the hub will have a classroom component, or if it will be separate from the team-based work the league is doing to train its players for the NFL Draft.
The Hub’s primary purpose is to teach players how to learn from one another and how to help others improve, sources said.
It is expected that players who want to learn more about analytics and how their game is being perceived will have access to the hub.
It also is expected the hub would have a team-wide focus on the development of analytics and player development, sources added.
A key part of the new hub is to allow players to use analytics tools like Pro Tools and Audition, which will help players identify what they need to work on in order to be better.
This includes developing strategies that will help them get better at certain areas of their game.
As of now, the NFL is not making any predictions on the hub’s launch date, but it is expected it will go live sometime in 2018.