Football at Four: What Impact Will Coronavirus Have on NFL?
On Tuesday's edition of Football at Four we discuss the impact the Coronavirus might have on the NFL with their annual meetings this month in Florida, and the NFL Draft coming up in Las Vegas in late April.
We also discussed a couple of rule change that were proposed by the Philadelphia Eagles for the 2020 season.
1. By Philadelphia; to modify the blindside block rule to prevent unnecessary fouls.
2. By Philadelphia; to make permanent the expansion of automatic replay reviews to include scoring plays and turnovers negated by a foul, and any successful or unsuccessful Try attempt.
3. By Philadelphia; to provide an alternative to the onside kick that would allow a team who is trailing in the game an opportunity to maintain possession of the ball after scoring.
4. By Philadelphia; to restore preseason and regular season overtime to fifteen minutes and to implement rules to minimize the impact of the overtime coin toss.
There were also a few other rules proposed by Miami, Baltimore and the LA Chargers.
Hear what John McMullen thinks about the impact of the virus on the NFL and possible rule changes for the 2020 season on Tuesday's edition of Football at Four.