Which NFL stadiums have artificial turf and which ones have real grass? Here's a list

Two days after New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a season-ending Achilles injury at MetLife Stadium, the NFL Players Association is calling for all stadiums in the league to make the switch to natural grass.

"Moving all stadium fields to high quality natural grass surfaces is the easiest decision the NFL can make," NFLPA executive director Lloyd Howell said in a statement released Wednesday morning. "The players overwhelmingly prefer it and the data is clear that grass is simply safer than artificial turf. It is an issue that has been near the top of the players’ list during my team visits and one I have raised with the NFL."

The newly-installed FieldTurf Core surface at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford is described as "a multilayer, dual-polymer monofilament fiber" artificial surface, and it was put down both inside the stadium and inside the New York Giants' practice field house across the parking lot this offseason.

NFL players and coaches have their thoughts on the matter, some of them voicing their opinions on Tuesday and Wednesday.

What stadiums have real grass?

Here is a look at the 30 NFL stadiums (that are home to 32 teams) and which ones have artificial turf fields vs. natural grass, according to NFL team websites:

NFL stadiums with artificial turf (14)

New York Giants and New York Jets, MetLife Stadium

Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, SoFi Stadium

Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium

Atlanta Falcons, Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Seattle Seahawks, Lumen Field

New Orleans Saints, Caesars Superdome

Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Stadium

Houston Texans, NRG Stadium

Detroit Lions, Ford Field

Cincinnati Bengals, Paul Brown Stadium

Buffalo Bills, Highmark Stadium

Carolina Panthers, Bank of America Stadium

New England Patriots, Gillette Stadium

Minnesota Vikings, U.S. Bank Stadium

NFL stadiums with natural grass (16)

Lambeau Field, Green Bay Packers

San Francisco 49ers, Levi’s Stadium

Philadelphia Eagles, Lincoln Financial Field

Pittsburgh Steelers, Acrisure Stadium

Arizona Cardinals, State Farm Stadium

Las Vegas Raiders, Allegiant Stadium

Kansas City Chiefs, GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium

Miami Dolphins, Hard Rock Stadium

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Raymond James Stadium

Tennessee Titans, Nissan Stadium

Washington Commanders, FedEx Field

Chicago Bears, Soldier Field

Cleveland Browns, FirstEnergy Stadium

Denver Broncos, Empower Field at Mile High

Jacksonville Jaguars, TIAA Bank Field

Baltimore Ravens, M&T Bank Stadium

This article originally appeared on Turf vs. grass: List of NFL stadiums with real grass vs. turf fields