The NFL has long been known for its robust ratings, but it’s also one of the most diverse and competitive sports leagues in the country.

But the league is also grappling with a new approach that could affect the way the league covers its games and the way viewers experience them.

The new ratings approach for games is in effect in all of the NFL markets that were subject to a new ratings rule that went into effect Thursday, which will be the first of its kind in the league’s history.

The league announced Thursday that it had updated its broadcast rights agreements with cable, satellite and other providers and that it was going to change its TV and radio rights deals with networks to include the new standard.

“The NFL is excited to begin the transition to the new standards,” NFL senior vice president of media relations, Brian McCarthy, said in a statement.

“With the adoption of these new guidelines, the NFL will be able to offer more live football to its fans, while maintaining the competitive edge the NFL provides to viewers.”

The rule change, which is designed to make the NFL more inclusive and to allow broadcasters to play more of the game live, came after the NFL had been criticized for its lack of diversity and for its reluctance to make changes that were deemed necessary.

The NFL had previously been known to be a lopsided business.

In 2011, a report found that the league had an 8.9 percent female workforce, which ranked second only to the NFL in terms of the percentage of women in its rosters.

In a statement, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged the need to make adjustments to improve the ratings of games in order to compete with the big-time leagues in college football and the NFL Playoffs.

“As we look to improve our business and the fan experience in the National Football League, we will continue to do what we can to address the needs of our loyal fans and increase the level of competition for our games,” Goodell said.

“We also want to continue to make this a platform for fans to get to know the players and the teams on the field, as well as the games they love.”

The change, the first to apply to all of NFL’s 17 markets, was announced by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in a press release.

It’s important to note that the NFL is not changing the way it broadcasts the game.

This is a voluntary change that will allow the league to continue playing our games and continue to attract more fans to our games.

It will also enable us to be more transparent about the way we offer our games to the public.

It is also important to remember that the rules are voluntary, and will continue in full force and effect for the duration of the new rule.

Under the new rules, the average viewership for the Super Bowl and the national championship game will be roughly the same.

The average viewing for all other games will be about the same, but the average viewers for all games will increase slightly, from 9.8 million in 2015 to 10.3 million in 2021.

The new standards also make it easier for NFL games to be aired on a variety of platforms, including mobile devices and tablets, via streaming services like Amazon Prime Video, HBO Now and Netflix.

The rules also allow for the NFL to stream more than 50 percent of its games on its digital platforms, and allow for additional opportunities for advertisers to sell the game in its local markets.

The changes will also allow the NFL and its teams to expand into more new markets through exclusive agreements.

The new rules are also expected to improve viewership for regular-season games, which are usually the most popular and the most lucrative of the three types of games that make up the NFL.

The ratings of those games have been trending downward over the last few years, according to the Sports Business Journal.

That has led to speculation that the ratings could decline for some games, especially when they feature marquee stars like the San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and the New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz.