Club owners to consider rule changes at meeting


NEW YORK: National Football League team owners will consider 23 potential rule changes for next season at their meeting next week in Phoenix, one that could bring nine points off touchdown plays. That radical rule revamp proposal at the annual owners gathering starting on Sunday was made by the Indianapolis Colts, who tout the idea as a way to entice more teams to attempt two-point run or pass conversions rather than kick for a single point after scoring six points on a touchdown.



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