A new NFL rule requires teams to pay players who miss at least one preseason game, the first time the league has ever done so.
That includes teams that do not win the Super Bowl.
This means that if the Rams and Raiders can’t win their final preseason game at home against the Packers on Sunday, the team will be allowed to sit out the game against the Bears.
The Bears have won their last two preseason games.
It has to be noted that this is a new rule that does not apply to other sports leagues.
For example, the NBA has already used it to pay its players.
It does not affect the NFL.
The Rams and Bills also can’t pay players whose teams win their last regular-season game of the year or are eliminated from playoff contention in the NFC East.
But the NFL will still have to pay them for games they miss in the preseason.
That is the case because the league cannot afford to have any of its games get played at home.
The league also will not have to compensate teams for games that were not played because of a lockout.
The league will pay them the difference between what they would have been paid if they had played their games in a stadium and what they are now getting for the games they played at the venue.
That difference, however, would not be used to pay out players who missed a game, but would instead be used for player injuries and injuries to coaches.
The owners will be compensated for any players who leave the team before the league’s next preseason game.