With heart disease on the rise, the NFL has been focused on finding ways to keep its players and fans safe.
But there’s another problem: heart disease is one of the most common causes of death in America, and a lot of people are still living with it.
The NFL has had to do a lot to try and help keep athletes and fans from getting sick, and its been a hit so far.
As of April 1, the league had a whopping 1.6 million active players, with nearly 6.6 percent of them suffering a cardiac event.
The league also reported that more than 3.1 million active and former players were being treated for a cardiac diagnosis or condition.
But while the NFL is helping its players by offering free screenings, a new study found that a much larger percentage of them aren’t getting the treatment they need.
And as more people get sick, more money is being spent on emergency rooms and hospitals, and the league is losing money on medical care.
“We can’t do it without your help,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said at a news conference on Tuesday.
“It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter with how much.”
The study by the University of Minnesota looked at more than 8 million players who had had heart attacks or heart disease.
It found that the vast majority of them were not getting the medical care they need because the cost of the care is just too high.
The study also found that about 1 in 3 players who were diagnosed with a heart condition were given a course of medications, compared to about one in 4 players who weren’t.
The researchers said that the findings could affect how the NFL plans to pay its players in the future.
The study found the cost per heart attack for an individual player in 2018 was $10,836, while the average cost per patient for an entire team was $8.8 million.
The NFL said that because of the study, it has increased the number of players who are being screened for heart disease screenings.
It is also working to expand screenings to more players, and it is looking into ways to pay for those patients’ care.
It is also expanding its program to try to reduce the number who are dying of heart disease and improve the lives of its players.
It said it plans to spend $10 million over the next three years on a program to treat players for chronic health conditions.