When NFL teams take the field in Week 4, more than 200 players, coaches and team executives will sport a different look in celebration of their heritage. Starting this week and running through Week 5, the league is kicking off a new initiative to spotlight the sport's growing diversity, specifically with the introduction of helmet decals and game-day pins featuring international flags. Kyler Murray and Tua Tagovailoa are among the biggest names set to participate.

More than 50 different nations and territories will be represented as part of the initiative. Participating players can wear decals of flags from the areas of their national or cultural heritage, alongside the American flag, if they lived in said area were for at least two years, or have a parent or grandparent native to the area.