Rules proposals will be discussed in the coming days, but Roger Goodell kicked off the NFL owners meetings Monday by preaching respect, writes John Clayton.
NFL owners plan to vote on whether to accept a new labor agreement by 6 p.m. ET, multiple sources said.
The owners meetings wrapped with more procedural tweaks -- and big issues still to be decided, writes John Clayton.
Proposed NFL rule change would cut down on big hits on wide receivers going over the middle, writes John Clayton.
The idea of changing the overtime rules so that each team is guaranteed one possession is misguided, writes John Clayton.
Those in favor of changing the overtime format got some disappointing news on Wednesday, writes John Clayton.
The NFL owners meetings concluded in Orlando on Wednesday afternoon with owners giving big thumbs up to 15 playing rules proposals by the competition committee. Player safety and player conduct headlined the long list of recommendations.
The proposal by owners to essentially "franchise" some executives is ill-timed and ultimately a bad idea.
Everything that came up for vote at the recent annual NFL meetings passed with flying colors.
When the NFL eventually decides to expand the playoff format, it should be to 16 teams, not 14.
Don't expect a lot of rule changes at next week's NFL owners meetings in Phoenix.