NFL VP Troy Vincent confirms changes to NFL catch rule

The NFL’s competition committee is expected to propose a new catch rule that would eliminate the “going to the ground” distinction in addition to reinforcing a high standard for Basketball Jerseys overturning calls via replay, league executive vice president Troy Vincent confirmed Tuesday to the Washington Post.

ESPN previewed the changes on March 8, explaining the committee’s options, along with the role that a replay update would play in re-imagining the controversial rule.

Seahawks — Marcus Davenport, DE, Texas-San Antonio: Pete Carroll’s defense is officially in rebuild mode after casting off CB Richard Sherman and DE Michael Bennett. Davenport (6-6, 264 pounds) offers long-term upside for a D-line that also lost Sheldon Richardson.

Cowboys — DJ Moore, WR, Maryland: A failed pursuit of Sammy Watkins, per multiple reports, reflects an uneasiness with Dak Prescott’s weapons — though it seems WR Dez Bryant Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping will return. A dynamic threat after the catch, Moore could make life easier for the third-year quarterback as a trusted short-area target.

Falcons — Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford: With Dontari Poe off to Carolina, DL Grady Jarrett could use a hammer next to him inside. The hard-nosed Phillips can utilize his wrestling background to clog lanes and keep an emerging group of linebackers clean.

Saints — Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State: Drew Brees is back, but there will be no reunion with Jimmy Graham after the former Saints standout signed with the Packers.

Today, Ebron continued throwing shade at the Lions, this time on a SportsCenter Instagram post that quoted Detroit Pistons star forward Blake Griffin.

Like Ebron, Griffin recently switched teams and expressed happiness about being with a franchise that wants him there: “I never want to be in a place where I’m not wanted. Coming here made me realize what a franchise looks like.”

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