Wednesday, September 21, 2011

NFL urges Players to Stop Faking or Goodell may Get You



The NFL would be the type of league who would on just "reasonable cause." Sending a strongly urged memo out to the 32 NFL teams today, the league officials would appreciate if their players  if they are too exhausted from an up-tempo offense.

Clubs are reminded of the following league policy which is stated in a Supplemental Note to Rule 4 (Game Timing), Section 5, Article 4, on page 19 of the Official Playing Rules:
"The Competition Committee deprecates feigning injuries, with subsequent withdrawal, to obtain a timeout without penalty. Coaches are urged to cooperate in discouraging this practice."
The Competition Committee has reviewed this issue several times, but has been reluctant to propose a specific rule, since assessing a charged timeout for every injury timeout would deprive a team of timeouts for strategic purposes. It also could encourage injured players to remain in the game at risk to themselves to avoid incurring a charged team timeout. To avoid the necessity of a rule with many unattractive qualities, teams are strongly urged to cooperate with this policy. We have been fortunate that teams and players have consistently complied with the spirit of the rule over the years and this has not been an issue for the NFL. We are determined to take all necessary steps to ensure that it does not become an issue.
Going forward, be advised that should the league office determine that there is reasonable cause, all those suspected of being involved in faking injuries will be summoned promptly to this office in New York to discuss the matter. Those found to be violators will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action for conduct detrimental to the game. Discipline could include fines of coaches, players, and clubs, suspensions or forfeiture of draft choices.
NFL players, you have been strongly urged. Do not be unattractive and lay on your butt when the offense is going no-huddle. If you do, and the NFL thinks it is on purpose, the NFL will do what the NFL always does; fine or suspend you.



Dictator Goodell thanks you for your time.

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