With the NFL season winding down, the players association is looking to make a comeback in its service to the community, with a plan to open a trucking service in the Los Angeles area, according to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The league also hopes to open two trucking lines in the Houston area, with one of those being a truck that can be operated by the LA Chargers, according the report.
“We are looking to build a truck service in Los Angeles, but that is a long way off,” NFLPA President DeMaurice Smith said.
“I don’t want to get ahead of ourselves.
We have a lot of ideas.
We just need to be consistent.”
It’s not clear whether the Los Angelas area is already operating a truck company.
The NFL has a fleet of around 60 trucks in Los Angelias.
But the LA Times reported that the league is exploring the idea of a partnership with a private company.
“The NFL’s focus is on helping communities throughout the country and across the world, and our trucks are a testament to that,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement to the Los Angles Times.
“Our trucks are able to deliver a wide range of products to fans and players around the world.
Our goal is to continue to build on the legacy of this successful partnership and create an exciting and efficient service for our fans.” “
For our fans in Los Angosas, we are working with a truck rental company to operate in our region.
Our goal is to continue to build on the legacy of this successful partnership and create an exciting and efficient service for our fans.”
Smith added that the NFL “will continue to invest in the LA region, which is a great market for us, and to help communities in the region.”