The NFL has become a natural gas supplier to many of its players.
Now, it’s using the natural gas from those natural gas cylinders to supply a much-needed natural gas supply to the teams stadiums.
In the past, fans have bought bottled natural gas.
But this year, the league says, it is going to be able to do it more easily, using natural gas delivered to the stadiums.
Natural gas cylinders that have been installed at NFL stadiums.
The cylinders, known as natural gas delivery tanks, are used to send natural gas through the system.
The tanks are used in natural gas pipelines.
(AP)Natural gas delivery is used in a variety of ways, from storing natural gas to moving it to the homes of those in need.
The new tank is part of a natural energy program the NFL says will be able, within two years, to send more than 10 million cubic feet of natural gas per day to its teams stadiums, stadiums and training areas.
The natural gas tanks are being installed in stadiums, which are being built to accommodate an expected increase in demand for natural gas during the NFL’s new Super Bowl season.
The stadium facilities will be designed to allow for natural-gas delivery, and there will be enough room to store it, the NFL said.
As part of the new program, the companies that provide the natural-source natural gas will be paid to deliver the natural natural gas for free to the team stadiums.
The Natural Gas Delivery Program will cost about $2 million per year.
The league says it has made investments in the program, and it has reached agreements with a number of suppliers to provide natural gas in bulk.
The first two stadiums to use the natural fuel will be the Oakland Raiders and New Orleans Saints.
The teams have partnered with a supplier, Green Mountain Power, that will deliver natural gas at a rate of 2.5 million cubic yards a day.