The NFL has made sure to work through on-field rules that have been seen as archaic and no longer applicable in the modern era. Though, the league continues to fail on several fronts. Whether it’s what seems to be offense-friendly rules or a lack of defenses actually being able to hit, this has been a major sticking point in recent years. Heading into the new league year, the NFL Competition Committee is now looking into the possibility of changing one of the league’s longest-standing rules. According to Mark Maske of The Washington Post, there’s a chance that next season could see pass interference penalties result in a standard 15-yard mark off.
Report: NFL considering changing pass interference penalty
Sportsnaut | Feb 27