The NFL is making $1 million to hire 10 full-time coaches and support staff for the 2019 season

Breitbart News has learned that the NFL is planning to hire 100 full-timers for its coaching staff in 2019, a move that will reportedly cost the league between $1,000,000 and $1.3 million per coach.

Sources tell Breitbart News that the full-staffed hires will be based in Los Angeles and will consist of ten full-fledged coaches and staff, all of whom will work for the full 2018 and 2019 seasons.

These full-titans are expected to have been paid a combined $500,000 per year in salary, which will be split between the coaches and the assistants.

This will equate to an average annual salary of $1.,000,001.20 per year.

The full-coach hires will begin in the spring of 2019 and are expected not to take place until late 2019, with the full full-season hires expected to be made in late-summer of 2019.

These hires will reportedly be made with the approval of the NFLPA, and they will likely be staffed by former NFL players.

A source familiar with the plans told Breitbart News the full hires will come with no compensation for the players involved, which would be a major blow to the players, their families and their sponsors.

The full-faculty hires are expected in the fall of 2019, but have not yet been finalized.

Breitbart News will continue to follow the NFL on this story.