NFL Rule Changes
98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich and the NFL Network’s Albert Breer talked Friday morning about the rule changes discussed and voted on at the owners meetings in Phoenix.
The biggest rule change of the 2014 NFL season won’t require a single edit in the rule book. That’s because, technically, it’s not a change. The league has simply made aggressive play in the defensive backfield a “point of emphasis” Initiating contact five yards beyond the line of scrimmage and illegal hands to the face were always penalties, but now the NFL will be monitoring them more closely.
The mystery of the accuracy of some field goals will no longer exist in the NFL, thanks in large part to Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots.
Brace yourselves: another possible change to the game we love so much could be coming to the NFL.
Sports Hub host Jermaine Wiggins is fed up with the defensive pass interference penalty, and he revealed his plan to fix it on Monday afternoon.
The NFL has further updated the rules, in the interest of fairness and player safety. See what’s new for the 2012 season.
Former New England Patriot Jermaine Wiggins joined Felger & Massarotti to discuss the latest in the NFL rule changes.
The guys discuss the future of the NFL and how the new rule changes will impact the game. Zo also talked with Kevin Faulk about how the lockout is affecting his rehab.
NFL owners have voted to move kickoffs to the 35-yard line instead of the 30, but keep touchbacks coming out to the 20.
Few plays are as memorable or dangerous as long kickoff returns. The NFL wants to keep those “game-breaking” plays, but also wants them to be safer.