The new rules for the NFL combine were unveiled today by the league’s president, and they’re shaping up to be a real blow to the league.
It’s an incredibly big deal for many players, who will be forced to rethink their entire training schedules and strategies, and potentially take the reins of the game’s biggest event on their shoulders.
And it’s going to make for some fascinating conversations.
The first rule change to the combine will be the NFL-mandated “three-minute warmup” that will allow players to do two-minute drills with their arms extended, with their knees bent, and with their feet on the ground.
The rule change also expands the scope of players’ warmups to include drills where they sit on their side, which will be a huge boon for the position players will be competing in this year.
The second rule change, which was announced yesterday, is the NFL has banned the use of “mixed team” formations during the combine.
This means that teams will not be allowed to run two or more “traditional” formations, including single-back sets, three-receiver sets, and even some formation-by-formation formations.
The new rule means that players will now only be allowed “traditional,” “split,” and “triple” formations.
All of these formations are designed to have the quarterback and running back line up in the same formation.
In theory, this will allow quarterbacks to get the ball off more quickly, which should make for easier reads, and thus better plays for the offense.
This second rule is also very interesting for defensive players, because it will make it much easier for defensive tackles to get on the field for the first time at a combine.
Defensive tackles who want to get some reps will have to change their technique.
They’ll be forced back to the traditional “three” position to take their reps.
And because the three-man defensive tackle formation was designed to help the run game, it will create a new set of issues for quarterbacks.
It will mean that if a quarterback is able to throw to a receiver who is a hybrid defender, it could result in the quarterback having to run to the outside and pick up yards after the catch.
This is all good news for running backs, but not so much for quarterbacks, as running backs will be given a pass in terms of their chance to compete at the combine, which is the last chance for quarterbacks to make a final call on their final four teams.
The NFL will not allow quarterbacks and running backs to compete together.
Instead, the players will have the chance to work together and compete with each other in the “big six.”
The “big” six includes the four most powerful running backs in the NFL, the most powerful wide receivers, and the most dynamic quarterbacks.
In addition, the league will allow the top quarterbacks to compete against the top running backs and wide receivers of the NFL.
The draft will also be open for running back competition, as the top two running backs from the 2016 draft will get the chance for the “Big Six” to compete in the combine next month.
The next time the NFL takes the field in February, the combine should be a great time to watch the running back and wide receiver classes battle it out.
There are also some other important rule changes to the NFL Combine, including the new “No-touch” rules, which have been announced today.
No-touch blocking is a rule that prohibits the use or intentional interference with the ball during a play, and will be allowed on any type of field.
Players who violate this rule will be suspended for up to two games.
If the violation is caught, the player will be ineligible for the next two games of the season.
This new rule is being hailed as a big improvement for safety and tackling, which were among the most critical factors in the league moving forward.
This will give the NFL a major advantage over the NFLPA, which has been trying to get players to change the rules on a regular basis.
It also should help prevent some of the more ridiculous play-calling in the game.
The rule change that has the biggest impact for defensive linemen will also affect other positions, such as defensive tackles.
The league will be allowing offensive linemen to use the “no-contact” technique during a drill, but they will not have the opportunity to tackle the quarterback.
This is a big step in the right direction, as this allows offensive linemen more time to get to the quarterback while also giving them more opportunities to make plays on the ball.
Offensive linemen have had a difficult time in the past year, but this is a great step in their direction.
Defensive tackles will also have the ability to compete with quarterbacks.
The “No Touch” rule will still be allowed, but it will be much easier to tackle quarterbacks.
If a quarterback throws an incomplete pass or fumbles the ball