The NFL’s first real gender war begins with pink marble

The NFL is taking a step in the right direction, as the league announced Wednesday that it is removing pink marble from its uniform.

The move is part of the league’s “gender neutrality” initiative, which seeks to ensure players have equal opportunities for advancement and advancement to other players.

But it comes as the NFL continues to be criticized for its handling of the issue of gender.

The Pittsburgh Steelers released a statement that read: “The Steelers have always had a long and proud history of welcoming all players, regardless of gender.”

“We will continue to promote inclusive culture, and our goal is to provide equal opportunities to all players and teams.

We will continue our commitment to support and promote the growth of our diverse and inclusive community,” the statement continued.

The NFL, which has a strong tradition of welcoming female players, is also working to end discrimination against the LGBTQ community, which is often denied equal treatment and opportunities.

In June, the league made a big push to make transgender players more accessible to players.

The league will now allow players to use the women’s locker room at their own discretion, as long as they are “out of the house, locker room or office.”

The league said it will also begin to allow players on the sideline during games to use gender-neutral bathrooms and locker rooms, in accordance with the league constitution.

The league also said it is working on a transgender-inclusive policy, including gender neutral bathrooms.