Fox Sports says that its solar system and solar system orders system, which was unveiled in December, has “finally” made its way into the NFL’s game plans.
The order system, introduced in January of this year, allows teams to choose to play in one of two different solar systems, or “order” to play either one.
For the Seahawks, the system will allow them to play the Seahawks’ home-state Seattle, or the Houston Texans’ Houston.
For Minnesota, it will allow the Vikings to play Minnesota, and the Dallas Cowboys to play Dallas.
The teams can also choose to take advantage of a solar system option for the Rams.
For this option, they’ll play either the Rams’ home of Los Angeles or the San Francisco 49ers’ home in Santa Clara.
Both options are set to become available for teams to consider on August 11, but Fox Sports has now released the full list of solar system options that will become available to teams on August 10.
The full list:For the Seahawks:Home of Seattle, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
The Houston Texans will play in Houston, San Francisco, and Santa Clara (in California).
The San Francisco Bay Area will be in San Francisco and the California coast, including the Golden Gate Bridge.
The Dallas Cowboys will play the Texas cities of San Antonio and Dallas.
The Texas coast will be home to San Antonio.
Dallas and the Bay Area have similar climates, but the Bay area will be more humid and more dry, so the team will have more opportunities to play with fans.
The Arizona Cardinals will play either Dallas or the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
The San Diego Chargers will play at a stadium in San Diego.
The Green Bay Packers will play a stadium outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The St. Louis Rams will play one of the two cities they play in each year, either the Denver or Kansas City metropolitan areas.
In a statement, Fox Sports said it will not be releasing the full system list until after August 10, but said it is “exceedingly confident” that the teams will have the option of playing in either the Arizona Cardinals or San Diego Rams.
The Rams and Cowboys will begin their preseason schedule on July 27, but they’ll likely only be in play until August 10th, when they’ll begin their regular season schedule.
The Patriots are scheduled to play a preseason game in Arizona, and are expected to be a factor in the league’s competition to secure a Super Bowl berth.
The Raiders will play an exhibition game in Oakland, but it won’t be until August 1st that they’ll be in action.