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Wondering what everyone's thoughts are on the fan ejection by Justin Thomas. Do you think he was right for doing so? Is this type of fan behavior a trend that could get out of hand? I guess I'm a little iffy where I stand. Given the rowdy environments of some of the other tournaments, is it asking too much to have a little thicker skin out there? On the other hand, I can see the merit of preserving etiquette of the outing. It was just suggested on the Golf Channel to have a sort of Fan Code of Conduct, which might be a great idea on a per venue basis. What are your thoughts?
The line of scrimmage for extra-point tries will stay at the 15-yard line. Offensive and defensive play callers can communicate directly with players, whether or not they’re upstairs in the coaches’ booth. All chop blocks are illegal. A player who is penalized twice in one game for certain types of unsportsmanlike conduct fouls can be ejected. One year only. The horse collar rule was expanded to include when a defender grabs the jersey at the name plate or above and pulls a runner toward the ground. The spot after a touchback is now the 25-yard line. One year only. There will now be a foul called for delay of game when a team attempts to call a timeout when it is not permitted to do so. No more 5-yard penalty for an eligible receiver illegally touching a forward pass after being out of bounds and re-establishing himself inbounds. Makes it a loss of down. No more multiple spots of enforcement for a double foul after a change of possession. I bolded what I thought were the bigger ones. The NFL is basically trying to eliminate running the ball back, and may be on the path toward eliminating kickoffs altogether.