The NFL has a history of licensing its best players, including players from the NFL, to leagues around the world.
In addition, teams from those leagues are allowed to own their own guns, allowing them to compete with other teams that may not have the financial resources to acquire them.
But the league’s next-generation guns are different.
They’re fantasy-specific, meaning they can only be purchased by a player or team.
That means teams are going to be buying more of them than ever before.
The most recent example is that the New Orleans Saints have made a deal with an unnamed NFL team that will allow the team to license its stars like Drew Brees to NFL-licensed owners.
That includes a few of the most popular fantasy teams in the league, including the Jacksonville Jaguars, Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders, Cleveland Browns, Tennessee Titans and Carolina Panthers.
In fact, some of the biggest names in fantasy sports are owned by the New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers, New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals.
As such, the NFL has an incredible opportunity to make this gun legal for all of its teams.
But that opportunity is being hindered by a handful of laws that prevent the league from making that decision.
Here’s what you need to know about those laws and how they could affect your fantasy football plans.