The NFL has been touting the health benefits of agave plants for decades, but now, there’s a new, hotter contender to the title of NFL plant.
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the NFL is working on a new plant that can help boost athletes’ performance in a variety of sports.
The plant, which is not named “heather” but is called “peanut,” was first developed for the World Cup in 2014 and has since been widely used in the sport.
The plant has been tested and found to be safe, as well as effective in preventing injury and swelling from a variety sports.
But now, the plant has become a popular choice for players to use as a pain reliever.
The new plant, called “heath,” was designed to help athletes cope with a variety types of injuries, including sprains, strains, concussions and torn ligaments.
It was first identified as a plant by a researcher who found that athletes using it in the heat of battle, in conjunction with the use of cold water, was able to heal from a range of injuries.
Athletes could also use it as a recovery drink, according to ESPN.
Wojnarowsky reports that the plant is being used by the New York Jets to help them recover from injuries suffered in games.
The Jets have been using it to help their players heal from injuries, and it’s been widely praised.
The NFL has also tested the plant on other athletes and found that it’s effective in easing some of the symptoms of a variety diseases.
“We’ve seen a lot of progress in the past two years,” NFL spokesperson Michael Signora told ESPN.
“We’re really excited to see the positive results we’ve seen.”
According to Signora, the plants use high-tech technology to reduce the pain and swelling caused by concussions, strains and strains of a wide variety diseases, as it reduces the chances of further injuries.