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What to know about rule proposals and more at 2017 NFL owners meetings quoting : Cleveland Browns

as informed in — Speaking of safety, another rules proposal would make certain types of hits and plays cause for immediate ejection.
We know that because it was a central theme in a letter published by commissioner Roger Goodell last week.
— A play that is right up Browns linebacker Jamie Collins’ Sr.’s alley could be banned if owners approve one of the most notable rule proposals.
AFC coaches will participate in a breakfast with media Tuesday and NFC coaches will do the same Wednesday.
Goodell, who addressed the letter to fans of the NFL, shared that the league launched a project last year to analyze the live-viewing and in-game experience.

What to know about rule proposals and more at 2017 NFL owners meetings

referring to That could continue this week as well, when pro football’s power brokers convene for the 2017 NFL Annual Meeting.
ReadPATRIOTS PARTICIPANTSPatriots owner Robert Kraft answering media questions at the 2016 NFL Annual Meeting in Boca Raton, Fla.New England is always well-represented at the Annual Meeting, and this year will be no different.
For the second consecutive year, New England did not submit any such motions for this week’s meeting.
High-profile acquisitions and rumors surrounding potential future transactions have kept New England squarely in the NFL spotlight.
The Redskins would like to do away with this and just allow teams to carry 90 players until the final 53-man rosters are decided at the conclusion of the preseason.

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All 15 NFL Rule Change Proposals For 2017

15: By Competition Committee; Makes actions to conserve time illegal after the two-minute warning of either half.
14: By Competition Committee; Makes it unsportsmanlike conduct to commit multiple fouls during the same down designed to manipulate the game clock.
1: By Washington; Amends Article XVII, Section 17.1 to eliminate the mandatory cutdown to 75 Active List players.
10: By Competition Committee; Reduces the length of preseason and regular-season overtime periods to 10 minutes.
8: By Competition Committee; Makes permanent the rule that disqualifies a player who is penalized twice in one game for certain types of unsportsmanlike conduct fouls.

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