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Chicago Tribune : declared in NFL to consider pace of game, player safety changes at league meetings next week

as declared in Commissioner Rodger Goodell explained it in an open letter to fans Wednesday, saying the NFL is considering changes based on fan feedback about the in-stadium and live NFL game viewing experience.
“The goal is not necessarily to reduce game length,” Blandino said.
The NFL on Thursday held a teleconference with media to field questions about changes and proposals subject to discussion and ownership vote next week.
The new video review procedure is expected to be approved by owners at the league meetings, which start Sunday in Phoenix.
“We…know that you feel there are too many elements in the broadcast that aren’t relevant to the play on the field,” Goodell wrote.

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What changes could rise from NFL league meetings?

Analyzing the proposed rule changes and proposals for the 2017 NFL season

as mentioned in Every year the NFL competition committee gets together and they consider ways to make the game better, via rule changes.
Expand the defenseless player rule, giving a receiver running a pass route defenseless player protection.
By Washington: Permits clubs to opt out of the “color rush” jerseys created for Thursday Night Football.
By Competition Committee: Permits a contract or non-contract non-football employee to interview with and be hired by another club during the playing season, provided the employer club has consented.
The competition committee consists of NFL head coaches and front office executives, including Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, have proposed several rule changes for the upcoming league year.

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