The NFL announced Wednesday it will start wearing players’ houses in stadiums beginning in 2018.
That includes the Los Angeles Rams, Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers.
It was announced Wednesday at the NFL owners meetings in Phoenix.
The move was first reported by The Associated Press.
It means the NFL will no longer be the only league that is forced to wear players’ homes.
Teams have been required to wear their players’ home uniforms for the past two seasons.
It is unclear if that includes the Raiders and Browns.
The players will still be allowed to wear a helmet and a mask for the games they play in, though the rules have not changed.
Players will also still wear their uniforms, including helmets and masks, during pregame warm-ups.
The NFL also announced Wednesday that it would begin limiting the amount of time players can play in pads and gloves for the upcoming season.
The league is also working to reduce the number of injured players in the preseason.
The league has said it will not increase the number and type of injuries players are taking.
The NFL is also moving to allow the commissioner to suspend the season of any player that is fined more than $5,000 for a violation of the league’s substance abuse policy.