The National Football League stadiums that have natural grass are Arrowhead Stadium, Bank of America Stadium, EverBank Field, FedEx Field, First Energy Stadium, Heinz Field, Lambeau Field, Levi's Stadium, Lincoln Financial Field, LP Field, NRG Stadium, O.com Coliseum and Qualcomm Stadium. Others include Raymond James Stadium, Soldier Field, Sports Authority Field, Sun Life Stadium and University of Phoenix Stadium.Know More
Listed in the same order as the stadiums, the NFL teams that play in these stadiums are Kansas City Chiefs, Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Washington Redskins, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans, Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins and Arizona Cardinals.
The majority of the stadiums with natural grass have open domes to aid in the growth of the natural grass. NRG Stadium, Lucas Oil Stadium and University of Phoenix were constructed with retractable roofs that allow direct sunlight on the grass when the weather permits.
The most unique grass stadium is the Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium. This grass field was constructed on top of a tray, which is set on rails allowing it to be rolled in and out of the stadium depending on what event is being hosted. By placing the grass outside of the stadium until game day, the grass field remains in the sun getting the maximum amount of sunshine and nourishment.Learn More
In the National Football League, the term "waived" refers to cutting a player from the team with four seasons or less experience. The term "released" refers to cutting a veteran with more than four years accrued experience.Full Answer >
According to calculations by the NFL Players Association, the chances that any high school football player makes it to the NFL are about 0.2 percent. This percentage is based on the statistic that only about 215 out of 100,000 high school seniors who play football every year make it to the NFL. Only about 9,000 people of the original 100,000 make it to play at the college level.Full Answer >
As of 2014, there are white running backs in the NFL. They include Rex Burkhead of the Cincinnati Bengals, James Develin of the New England Patriots, Toby Gerhart of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Peyton Hillis of the New York Giants, Collin Mooney of the Tennessee Titans, Chase Reynolds of the St. Louis Rams and Danny Woodhead of the San Diego Chargers.Full Answer >
As of 2014, the top four all-time rushing leaders in the National Football League are Emmitt Smith, Walter Payton, Barry Sanders and Curtis Martin. All four have all been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Full Answer >