The NFL hasn’t set a deadline for when games would be canceled without a collective bargaining agreement.
It appears as if there’s actually football to talk about when it comes to the NFL. New proposed kickoff rules would make them safer, but reduce some of the big-play potential.
Among changes for the next NFL season, whenever that is, are more suspensions for illegal hits, and possible adjustments to instant replays and kickoffs.
The NFL playoffs are heating up and teams are trying to intimidate each other. The NFL doesn’t want any of it and has warned players not to go too far.
Ray Anderson, the NFL’s executive in charge of watching over illegal hits, was pleased that there were no such penalties called on Sunday. The league made it a major issue to explain penalties and punishments over the course of last week.
(WSCR) – So far this week the biggest story around football has been the NFL’s recent talk of restricting, what they are calling, inexcusable and illegal hits to the head. Bears like Charles Tillman and […]
(WSCR) – Players like Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs are used to playing football a specific way. They fly around the field and try to deliver hits that make will make offensive players not want […]