What happens when you have a locker room that was built to house NFL players and coaches?
The answer: You get some interesting stuff.
The NFL announced Wednesday that it will be opening its locker room at all four of its stadiums in 2019.
The teams that have already begun opening the facilities, which can seat as many as 20,000 fans, will be able to open the rooms in 2019, too.
The NFL has also confirmed that it’s in talks with the New York Jets about opening their own locker room in 2018.
In addition to the two teams that already have locker rooms in place, the league is also expected to open a new facility for the Denver Broncos in 2018 and a facility for Oakland Raiders in 2019 and 2020.
Those facilities will not be in New England.
The league plans to have the facility open for a third season, with the 2020 season scheduled for later in 2020.
While the facilities are a huge step forward for the league, they are not the end of the story.
In fact, they’re not even the first time the league has looked to the future.
A year ago, the NFL also announced that it would be opening the team’s locker room to other teams in 2019 in a bid to create a more family-friendly environment for fans.
The facility, which will feature a large “NFL Family” sign, will feature an area for families to gather and have their picture taken with their loved ones.
The facilities, however, will not include a locker for NFL players.