The NFL has introduced a new system to help fans and players decipher which words to use when trying to find information on the NFL.
The new system will be called the “NFL Dictionary” and will be available in three sections: “Play” to learn the team’s current lineup, “Pace” to understand the game and “Position” to see the latest news from the position.
The NFL said in a statement that the dictionary is a collaborative effort between the NFL and the NFL Players Association.
The dictionary will allow fans to find out what players are saying on the field, where they are at in the game, and what players were talking about during their press conferences.
It will also allow fans and teammates to share their favorite words for various topics, such as the game’s top storylines.
The word “buzz” will be included in the dictionary, along with phrases like “he’s a buzzard” and “he keeps me on my toes.”
It will be one of the first dictionary apps to be built by the NFL’s new “Voice of the Game” program, which is also working on a dictionary app for fans.
The dictionary is designed to make fans and other fans more productive during their daily lives by providing players and teams with useful information.
“It will help fans understand what players and their coaches are saying and how to communicate that to their team,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in the statement.
“Our fans are the future of the game.
We’re proud to have them be a part of the NFL Dictionary.”
The NFL’s Dictionary will also be available for free to the public.