The NFL is planning to make active home design part of its 2020 strategy, according to an NFL source.
The source says the NFL’s design goal will be to have passive homes built in a “more traditional, less expensive way” than active homes.
Active homes have become increasingly popular and demand more of the design work that goes into them.
The source says active homes should offer more features, less complexity and cost savings, while passive homes should be cheaper to build and maintain.
The NFL is already working on a blueprint for passive home designs, which could be unveiled next month.
The league is also considering an active home strategy as part of the 2020 NFL schedule, the source says.
Active homes offer a more traditional approach to design.
The NFL wants to keep active homes closer to their home stadiums, which have increased in number in recent years.
But many of these homes have lower design elements than passive homes.
For example, passive homes have no windows and do not have air conditioning.
The current NFL schedule will feature eight active home games, three passive home games and four home-and-home series.