NFL bans Oklahoma drill, tweaks rules review of pass interference calls and non-calls

The Arizona Republic
NFL bans Oklahoma drill, tweaks rules review of pass interference calls and non-calls
NFL bans Oklahoma drill, tweaks rules review of pass interference calls and non-calls

With OTAs underway, their is some buzz surrounding the Cardinals with Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray working on the offense. Last year, under then-head coach Steve Wilks, the Arizona Cardinals kicked off their first full-padded practice of training camp with a version of the Oklahoma drill. Training camp is sure to look quite different this year, and that drill is just another reason why. The NFL on Wednesday announced a several rule changes. Certain drills deemed to be dangerous, like the Oklahoma, King of the Circle, Bull in the Ring and Half Line, have been banned from training camp. The ban was implemented in the hopes of preventing concussions. The bigger news, however, was the fine-tuning

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