The NFL’s pocket car track is the birthplace of some of the most iconic cars on the gridiron.
The NFL has long been a popular destination for fans who want to experience the thrill of driving an authentic car and it looks like the NFL is taking another step in that direction.
According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the NFL has launched a series of new car racing stations and events in the coming years, including an upcoming series of pocket car races that will be held on a separate track from the NFL’s regular regular track schedule.
Yates notes that this could mean that the NFL will have a bigger presence in pocket racing than ever before.
It also means that the league may not be able to hold the same number of pocket cars at any one time.
In 2018, the team had a total of eight pocket cars on display at the 2018 NFL Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, and it is expected that those numbers will be down significantly in 2019 and 2020.
There are already several pocket car tracks that are on the NFL schedule that will showcase the sport’s top performers.
One of those tracks, the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, has already hosted an event with two of the NFL teams’ most talented drivers in Ryan Tannehill and Marcus Mariota.
Other NFL-sanctioned pocket car events include a race in 2019 between the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks, a game in 2020 between the Philadelphia Eagles and Denver Broncos, and a race on the newly renovated Oakland Raiders’ turf in 2021.
The NFL is also launching a new season of pocket races with a series called the “Playmaker,” which will feature the NFL on an annual basis in the game’s most popular genre.
The Playmaker will feature six races for teams including the New York Jets, Denver Broncos and Pittsburgh Steelers, with the league also giving teams the opportunity to play a game during the week.
The league has been pushing to promote the sport of pocket racing in the last several years, and this move could go a long way in that effort.
The league will be one of the first leagues in the sport to showcase its athletes on the field.