The NFL has had its fair share of cancer memes, but this year, they’ve gone the extra mile to bring some much-needed positivity to the league.
According to a list posted on the NFL’s Twitter account, the league has posted more than 200,000 photos to the Twitter feed since it launched in 2017, and the league is working to expand the platform to include other sports and entertainment topics.
“The @NFL is a force for change and positivity,” the list reads.
“This year we are excited to share some of our favorite cancer memes on Twitter.”
The NFL’s Cancer Challenge aims to inspire fans to get involved in cancer awareness.
The league has also released a special edition of its “The Cure” magazine, which features inspirational quotes and cancer treatment tips, and an all-star cast of cancer experts.
The league has a $10 million Cancer Fund to help patients who have not received a diagnosis and who have a history of early stages of cancer.
The NFL is also donating $10,000 to cancer research and $10-per-episode donation packages to medical schools across the country.
The NFL has not yet revealed a timeline for when it will roll out a more comprehensive cancer meme platform, but it is expected to be available by the end of the year.
The team has already launched a Twitter account called #NFLOnCancer, which allows fans to submit photos of themselves with their most-wanted cancer memes.