The NFL is expected to launch a new NFL website with its current branding.
The league has not said how the new site will look, but the NFL Network has confirmed the site will feature a redesigned logo and a revamped homepage, as well as an overhauled site design.
The revamped site, expected to be live sometime this week, will feature an overhaul of the homepage and revamped logo, according to a league source.
NFL Network also confirmed the revamped site will include a new feature called “Crown” that will allow fans to share their favorite images and videos with the site.
“Crown is a fun new way to share your photos, videos and content to the world,” the league said in a statement.
“Fans can now get an easy way to post their photos, clips, and videos to the site and see how their friends, family, and fans love them on the new Crowned logo.”
The NFL has been struggling with the brand, as the league’s digital advertising revenue has dropped significantly in recent years.
The league’s average audience has dropped by about 30 percent over the last five years, and the team has struggled to generate revenue on the digital platform.
The new branding will likely help to bolster the league and its digital efforts, but it will also be a boost for the league, as it has struggled financially as well.
The NFL was $5.5 billion in debt in 2015, according the league website.