FOX Sports has obtained a video of the first time the NFL will ever use the national anthem in its regular-season game against Atlanta.
The NFL has always been a team sport.
The game is more of a spectacle than a competitive game.
So the national anthems are always used.
We used them for some of the games that I’ve done, like the Super Bowl, the Grey Cup, the Cotton Bowl.
We used the anthem last year in the Superdome, but it’s been in use for the last three years.
And we’ve been using it in the games, so it’s a great way to get out there and celebrate the great American sporting heritage and great tradition of the league and the sport, which has been around for almost 100 years.
The anthem will also be used in the playoffs, a practice that has become common in recent years.
The league said it will use the anthem for all home games during the regular season.
The Star Spangled Banner will be played in the stadium during the first quarter of the regular-year opener between the Atlanta Braves and the New York Yankees on Sept. 6.
The league said the anthem is played before the first play in the first half, after the first base side is cleared for play.
It then switches to the third base side before the end of the third.
It plays at least three more times, and it is the anthem played at the end, after each play.
The last time the anthem was used was in 2017, when the New Orleans Saints played the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.