NFL Owners Approve Three Rule Changes for Season, Onside Kick Alternative Not Included

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The NFL has approved three new rule changes for the 2020 season, though the proposed change to the onside kick rule was not approved.

(CBS NEWS) – The NFL has approved three new rule changes for the 2020 season, though the proposed change to the onside kick rule was not approved.

Instead, the owners voted to make permanent the expansion of the automatic replay review system to include touchdowns and/or turnovers negated by a penalty. Expand the defenseless player protection to kick and punt returners, and prevent the manipulation of the game clock with multiple dead-ball fouls.

In addition, owners ratified a change to the injured reserve return designation, allowing teams to bring three players back from IR rather than two.

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