The NFL is expanding its partnership with the Players Coalition to address issues of racial and social justice with a five-year extension and a $15 million grant through its Inspire Change initiative.
The agreement announced Thursday comes as the league and its teams say they have surpassed a $250 million commitment to combat systemic racism.
"Combatting social injustice is a continuous process," commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.
"The NFL family understands the role we have in shaping and contributing to a more equitable future. The more experience we have doing just that, the stronger our drive is to continue."