The NFL’s controversial decision to ban the NFL from playing in its stadiums this season is not without precedent.
In 2012, the league and its players voted to allow their players to wear uniforms without the sleeves and undershirts that are mandated in the rulebook.
In 2015, the NFL said that players could wear any uniform under their own accord, including those worn by their families.
In 2018, the union supported the decision to allow players to continue wearing their jerseys without sleeves and the undershorts, which is what many fans want.
But in the wake of the shootings in Dallas and Baton Rouge, the National Football League has been left in limbo.
Here’s what’s next for NFL players and the league as it deals with the fallout from Sunday’s deadly attacks.