• Need to Know: Redskins' rule change rejected but others will make game safer, move faster
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    Need to Know: Redskins' rule change rejected but others will make game safer, move faster

    Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, March 29, 29 days before the April 27 NFL draft. Timeline Days until: —Offseason workouts begin (4/17) 19 —Redskins rookie camp (5/12) 44 —Redskins OTAs start (5/24) 56 —Franchise tag contract deadline (7/15) 108 —First Sunday of 2017 season (9/10) 156 Rule changes with commentary —Prohibits the “leaper” block attempt on field goal and extra point plays. Tandler: While it’s a fun play when it’s executed properly I can see the player safety angle of it. I’m not sure why teams didn’t just run some placement kicks with delayed snaps to get a free five yards because once a player has committed to the leap he can’t stop. —Makes permanent the rule that

  • Dolphins owner explains why he voted against Raiders' move to Vegas
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    Dolphins owner explains why he voted against Raiders' move to Vegas

    PHOENIX -- The Raiders are entering a limbo period, with just a few seasons in Oakland before relocating to Las Vegas. NFL owners formally approved a move on Monday, though the Raiders don’t want to leave the East Bay until a new stadium is ready in 2020. While there are contingencies to leave the market early based upon how fans react to the Raiders remaining in Oakland after committing to Las Vegas, that isn’t what the Raiders want. After years of stadium uncertainty, they leave the NFL owners meetings with clarity regarding their long-term future. General manager Reggie McKenzie believes that should help free agents considering silver and black. The uncertainty prompted questions in recent

  • Bowles on if Revis can still compete physically: 'I don't know for sure'
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    Bowles on if Revis can still compete physically: 'I don't know for sure'

    PHOENIX -- Todd Bowles wasn't asked if he thinks Darrelle Revis can be a All-Pro level player. He wasn't asked if Revis has it in him to be a No. 1 corner again. The bar was much lower.  Can Revis, who will be 32 at the start of next season, still be a serviceable player? Does he have the physical ability to be competitive? Bowles should know. He coached Revis with the Jets each of the last two years. But his answer was far from definitive. MORE PATRIOTS Another burner for Brady: Kraft compares Cooks to Moss VIDEO: Curran: Not a big stretch for Brady to play past the age of 43 Kraft on Belichick: I hope he coaches until his 80s Kraft on Butler: Intention is not to trade him  Belichick skips AFC