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List Of Proposed Changes For Competition Committee To Consider Next Week

Here is a collection of the notes from Wednesday’s conference call and the proposed changes for the Competition Committee to consider next week.

  • Redskins propose moving the kickoff to the 40-yard line.
  • Redskins propose replay review for personal fouls and no overtime in preseason.
  • Patriots propose to extend goal posts higher.
  • Patriots propose moving the line of scrimmage to the 25 for an extra point.
  • Patriots propose placing fixed cameras on all boundary lines.
  • Patriots propose permitting the coach to challenge any official decision except scoring plays.
  • Competition Committee proposes allowing the referee to consult New York officials during replay review.
  • Competition Committee proposes making the recovery of a loose ball in the field of play reviewable. (NaVorro Bowman play from last year)
  • Competition Committee proposes stopping the clock on any sack at any time.
  • Competition Committee propose enforcing defensive fouls behind the line of scrimmage from the previous spot of the ball.
  • Redskins propose increasing roster from 46 to 49 for regular season games played on days other than Sunday and Monday, except during Week One.
  • Redskins propose eliminating the 75-person cut and just go from 90 to 53.
  • Redskins propose expanding injured reserve designations for players returning to more than one player.
  • Redskins propose allowing players to be traded before the start of the league year.
  • Redskins propose increasing the size of the practice squad from eight to ten.
  • Eagles propose allowing teams to time and test up to 10 draft-eligible players who attending the Combine at the team’s facility.
  • Colts propose a resolution to be able to open the roof at halftime, instead of just before the game.
  • Competition Committee proposes moving the final cuts from 6:00 p.m. ET to 4:00 p.m. on the Saturday after the final preseason game.
  • Competition Committee supports expanded playoffs.
  • Competition Committee emphasizes that a foul can be called for abusive language during games, under current NFL rules.
  • Competition Committee will propose during one preseason game moving extra points back to 20-yard-line to see how it goes, depending on if the Patriots proposal fails.