The NFL has announced it is looking to spend $3.9 billion on a new and improved version of its Botox savings programs, NBC News reported Friday.
The NFL Botox program will cost $1.9 million a year for a 10-year term.
It will be funded by a $50 million annual donation from the NFL Players Association.
The money will be used to fund a new, simplified online program that will allow players to save up to $2,500 a year by taking advantage of the NFL’s Botox Savings Program, NBC reported.
The Botox site, which launched on Monday, will offer a simple, streamlined, searchable database for players and coaches to use.
Players and coaches can enter their contact information and make purchases with cash.
The new online program is scheduled to begin in 2019.
It’s unclear if the program will be integrated with the NFL Network, but it’s believed to be the first time that NFL teams will be able to save money online.
The $1 billion in Botox money will allow the league to increase revenue for each season, while providing additional benefits to players.
“We believe the Botox programs are the most effective way to improve player performance and reduce injury rates,” Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.
“The Botos will allow teams to save $1,500 annually on the cost of a new player’s Botex.”