Vice Sports is reporting that the NFL’s owners have decided to end its ownership of the NFL Sports Car, which has been a major driver of the league’s expansion and continued success.
The decision is expected to come soon, but it could happen at any time.
The announcement comes on the heels of the Los Angeles Rams announcing that they would buy the team in a deal that was approved by the league in August of 2016.
The Rams have not announced any plans to sell the team, but sources told Vice Sports that they expect that decision to come down soon.
Sources told Vice that the decision was made to sell at the last minute due to the fact that the league has not yet decided whether to buy or not.
Sources have also told Vice the NFL would end its partnership with Ford.
Ford has owned and operated the Ford Mustang since 2006, and it was rumored that the team would end their relationship with Ford in the coming years.
The Ford Mustang is still the most successful vehicle in the league, selling more than 1.8 million cars annually.
The company recently announced plans to expand production of the Focus electric vehicle.
Ford also owns and operates the Lincoln Continental, which was the second-most popular car in the U.S. market in 2016.
Lincoln is a major player in the auto industry, and its success has resulted in a large market share of the luxury car segment.
However, the company’s decision to sell its sports car is unlikely to result in significant profit gains for the company.
In 2018, the Lincoln brand was acquired by Ford for $1.5 billion.
In 2020, Ford sold its Lincoln brand to Chrysler.
The new company is currently developing a new Lincoln Continental that will compete in the luxury segment of the automotive industry.
Ford is expected, if the move does not take place, to introduce its next model in 2021.