The NFL’s plan to create an in-game health care system is going to affect the Cowboys.
The Cowboys will need a lot of help from their fans, a source told FOX Sports on Monday, and this isn’t one of those situations where they’re just going to have to be patient.
“The fans need to be prepared.
I think that’s what we’re doing,” said Joe DeCamillis, the team’s executive vice president of business operations.”
This is not just about football, this is about the fans.
They are the lifeblood of the NFL, and that’s going to be impacted in some capacity, as well as the health care professionals.”
The NFL has been working with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners to determine what health care providers and players will be allowed to have in the game.
There are now roughly 10,000 active players in the NFL who will be required to have health insurance by 2020.
DeCamillas, who has been with the Cowboys for six years, said he expects the team to take a few hits in the form of lower ticket sales, lower ticket prices and more people leaving.
The NFL is trying to work with the players’ union, which has been pushing for the league to expand health care coverage to all players.
“I think this is going be a little bit of a slow burn, but we’re all going to need to make sure that we’re getting the most bang for our buck,” DeCamilleris said.
The expansion of health care in the league would be a major step toward making the NFL’s game safer and better.
Last year, two players died after being hit by an ambulance, and three others were hospitalized.
“If we had more people that could be counted on to take care of themselves, the health of the game and the players, that would be something we could really see,” DeCarillis said of expanding health care.
The current plan for players is to have their health insurance coverage available on a per-game basis.
Players can still switch teams if they choose to do so.
Players are also allowed to take advantage of an emergency plan through the National Football League Players Association.
That plan will be subject to the health plan’s approval by the union.
DeCarillas said the NFL and NFLPA are discussing additional options that could include creating a new insurance plan for the entire league.
The players are also looking into creating a health plan for their families, which could also be subject the union’s approval.
“We want to make this a seamless process for the players and the union,” DeClamillis added.
“At this point, the plan is working.
We are working very closely with the union and working through the process, and I think we’re going to do something very soon.”