NFL players are banned from wearing certain apparel that is made by a halal supplier, including the Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs, Pittsburgh Steelers and San Francisco 49ers.
The NFL has also banned players from wearing their own team uniforms.
It’s unclear which clubs are exempt from the ban.
Halal certification is the process of ensuring that products made from animals, like meat and eggs, are not tainted by pathogens.
The NFL’s ban is the latest to come from the league in recent years.
In 2014, the league’s governing body, the NFL Players Association, voted unanimously to ban players from using offensive apparel and helmets that were made by Halal suppliers.
The players also voted unanimously in 2015 to ban the use of helmets made by companies such as Husky Sports and Altrac.
In February 2018, the players voted unanimously against banning the use and production of NFL uniforms that were manufactured by a supplier whose logo is a “halal” logo, a designation used to denote that products containing halal ingredients have been inspected and certified as halal.
The new NFL rules require teams to identify themselves by their logo on uniforms, as well as provide information about who made the uniforms and whether or not the logo is used on other products.
The league also requires players to wear their uniforms without the team’s name or other team logo on the front of the jersey.
The league has a policy that players must wear their uniform with their names and other team logos on the back.
A spokeswoman for the league said the league has no plans to change its policy, saying it was established to prevent the spread of any counterfeit goods.
The New York Giants are one of several teams that have banned the use or production of helmets from companies such Asda and Nike.
The Giants said last year they had not received a complaint about Asda helmets.
The Giants’ policy on helmet production also states that players will wear their helmets only with their team jerseys on.
The policy also states players can wear their helmet with a hoodie, a hood, gloves or any other covering.
The rule also states if players wear a helmet that is not certified as Halal, it must be covered by the league.
The rules do not prohibit players from changing the helmets they wear on game days, as long as they don’t wear the same helmet with different team logos or color schemes.
The Cowboys have made it clear they will not comply with the ban, saying in a statement the rules are “a great example of the NFL continuing to make the game safer for our players.”
The statement came as the NFL’s owners voted Tuesday to authorize the league to impose sanctions against teams for using offensive uniforms and helmets, as part of an effort to ensure the integrity of the game.
The resolution approved Tuesday by the NFL owners comes in response to an investigation into the use, production and sale of offensive apparel.