• Five rules changes get NFL owners’ approval at league meeting

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 26, 2014
    Several rule changes were made on Wednesday at the NFL Owners Meetings. Here are some highlights: Here are the results of the votes on rules changes, bylaw changes and resolution changes brought forward by the NFL Competition Committee: 1. Owners also voted to keep the clock running after a quarterback sack outside the last two minutes of each half and to simplify the rules involving the spotting of the ball after defensive fouls behind the line of scrimmage. Michael Reghi: “The Johnathan Martin/Richie Incognito thing has thrown player conduct into a real dilemma with Goodell and the NFL owners. If you are going to establish these lines of demarcation, why don’t you really get the players’ input in it? Let the players have a heavy hand and say-so in the matter, since is essentially revolves around them.
  • Cleveland Browns Daily addresses NFL rules changes

    Several rule changes were made on Wednesday at the NFL Owners Meetings. On Wednesday’s “Cleveland Browns Daily, Driven by Liberty Ford,” co-hosts Vic Carucci and Michael Reghi, who is filling in f...
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    Bill Belichick's proposal to extend the goalposts was approved on a whirlwind final day of the NFL owners meetings, but his other ideas were put on hold, writes John Clayton.
    Source: ESPN.com
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