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The NFL will need to be more transparent with its car dismantling business, which has been criticized as an underutilized market and has yet to gain much traction.

The league is looking at whether to create a “business plan” for the business, NFL VP of corporate communications Jim DeMott told reporters Monday at the league’s owners meeting in Phoenix.

DeMott said he doesn’t think the plan will be a full-blown business plan.

The goal, he said, is to get to a point where it’s “more of a marketing plan.”

The plan will likely focus on car dismantling, a growing segment of the NFL that is worth $20 billion in revenue and is expected to grow significantly in the coming years.

DeMOTT said the league has been trying to create “more transparency” about its car dismantling business, but said it hasn’t been as effective as it could be.

The NFL has been working to establish a business plan to support the business since the league opened its business to the public in 2016.

But the league is currently working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to identify the most efficient and cost-effective ways to manage its car disposal business, DeMotte said.

DeSoto said the NFL has worked with the government and will continue to do so.

“We’re still in the process of creating a business planning document that is going to outline the best ways for the league to support this segment,” he said.

The business plan would be updated periodically.

It could be completed by the end of 2019, DeSoto added.

The league has not released any plans for a 2017 business plan or any plans to expand it, though the league does have an “executive task force” of 30 members that will meet periodically to address business needs.