NFL players have been buying boxes full of their favorite shoes for years.
But this time, they’re buying them for a little more than just shoes.
According to a new report by USA Today, players are increasingly turning to their wallets and buying jewelry box sets for their shoe boxes.
While some players are happy to put their money where their mouths are and buy jewelry boxes, others are not.
Accordingly, the NFL Players Association is asking players to stop wearing their shoes to games, while other players are already getting their money’s worth out of the boxes.
So why is it important for players to have a little jewelry for the locker room?
The answer is because players have more to lose in a league that has been hit hard by the recession.
According for the report, players in the NFL have lost about $10 billion since 2009, and the league’s share of the salary cap has plummeted from about $3.7 billion in 2008 to about $1.3 billion in 2012.
Players say that the recession has caused the market for expensive jewelry boxes and jewelry boxes themselves to drop from a whopping $200 million in 2009 to just $20 million in 2013.
So, in addition to their shoes, the boxes could provide some extra protection for their wallets, as well as the players’ wallets.
The boxes are designed to store all of their shoes at once, so if they do get damaged in a game, players can take their shoes with them.
The league is considering adding an option for players who do not have their shoes in the boxes, but it’s unclear whether the league will actually adopt this idea.