New Rams head coach Sean McVay has a new security feature for his team’s new security screens.
McVay told the Los Angeles Times that the team’s security screens will have “a little bit of a crawl space” for the players to crawl through, and the players will have access to a “buzzer.”
The Rams will be in place for their preseason opener on Sept. 10 against the Houston Texans at Levi’s Stadium.
The Rams are one of two NFL teams that will not be opening up the entire stadium for their opening preseason game against the Texans.
The other is the Seattle Seahawks, who will not open up their stadium for the regular season opener until the team opens up the stadium for a preseason game in late September.
The opening of the Rams stadium will allow McVAY to move his players from the locker room to the field and into the stadium, according to ESPN.
McVAY also said that the new screens will be “designed for a lot of different things, including the players and coaches, so that the kids can come and watch the game.”
The Rams’ stadium is the first NFL facility that McVey will have full control over.
The Rams opened their new stadium in August of 2018.