A new petition from the National Football League Players Association has called for the league to ban the use of door handles on the front door of the players’ clubhouse in St. Louis.
The petition, which was launched last week, claims that the doors are a hazard for players and staff, especially during a game, and that it has been made clear that players will be fined if they are found to be using them to open a door.
The NFLPA petition was started after a player was arrested for allegedly stealing a locker and locking the doors while a game was still on the schedule.
According to the petition, the player was charged with burglary, burglary and criminal trespass, and was sent to jail after being charged with a third-degree felony.
According a police report obtained by Fox Sports, the incident happened at the team’s practice facility on Nov. 14.
The player is accused of opening the lockers in the parking lot, then locking them with a padlock.
The team told Fox Sports that the player has since been released and that he will not be returning to the team.
The players’ union is also calling for the door handles to be banned.
In a statement released Monday, the NFLPA said that the “most common and common occurrence in our locker rooms is for people to use a lock that is in a way to be intimidating and intimidating to the other players.”
The NFL said it is aware of the petition and that the league has reviewed its policies and will take a closer look at it.
The National Basketball Association also recently banned the use, installation and operation of any type of door lock in its locker rooms.