Comp. Committee to discuss potential rule changes

The league’s Competition Committee kicks off the NFL Scouting Combine week with their annual assembly on Monday.
The supreme attention would perhaps be on the discussion of expanding prompt replay in the aftermath of the non-call in the New Orleans Saints playoff loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
Don’t preserve your breath on a bold transfer being declared after Monday’s assembly.
NFL Network’s Judy Battista experiences one committee member told her that he’s no longer decided the rest would perhaps be carried out to prompt replay this year. The member would not be aware ample attend for reviewing non-calls, esteem the one who helped sink the Saints.
Battista additionally notes that the committee member is no longer decided 24 NFL owners that would lend a hand a trade to replay that would enable opinions on judgment calls esteem go interference or roughing the passer.

Sizable phrase with Competition Committee, continually: “unintended penalties.” Steady misfortune that making non-calls reviewable would point out flags thrown on every TD urge, to illustrate. Coach says “hi there, ogle at the guard, he used to be preserving.”— Judy Battista (@judybattista)
February 25, 2019

Saints coach Sean Payton is a member of the Competition Committee, which provides one other layer of interest in the discussions.
Monday’s assembly is extinct to debate doable rule trade solutions that the committee will bring to owners later in the offseason. Two-thirds of the 32 owners must approve a trade sooner than its adopted.
Replay overview will no longer be the handiest subject of discussion on Monday. Battista additionally provides that the committee will ogle at potentially adjusting the punt play, so as to make it safer — because the league did with kickoffs. The committee will additionally focus on the helmet rule from final year to resolve if the rule trade had the desired final consequence.

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