Comp. Committee adjusting PI replay review process

In May, NFL owners allowed the Competition Committee the capability to correct the pass interference replay review. The Competition Committee may not utilize the breadth of that electricity.
NFL Network’s Judy Battista reported Wednesday that the Competition Committee is focusing on further language now, however, the anticipation is that reviews in the last two minutes of a half will probably be initiated from the replay booth, not by coaches.
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The expectation is that would mostly stay intact with no alteration that would demand a coach’s challenge to activate a pass interference replay.
One motive owners granted the Competition Committee power to adjust the rule was concerns that without placing it in the coaches’ hands, there could be a lot of stoppages in the final minutes of a half or game — as every pass could be subject to possible review for interference. Battista notes coaches made it clear in March they chose not having the responsibility to challenge in the last two minutes. Trainers likely wouldn’t appreciate having to continue to all those challenges for a”just in case” situation or risk being out of red flag chances in a big spot either.
The pace of play concerns when the Competition Committee decides to not induce coaches are a real problem that the league might need to determine before the start of the season within the few months.
This won’t be our final update on the topic.

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