NFL promises to spell out excessive celebration rules in a video, is mocked
Never, in the history of humankind, has anyone given more thought to anything than the NFL has given to the celebrations and, hold on, because there’s a more lot more thinking going on.
Earlier this month, there was hope that the NFL might relax the rules concerning celebrations. ESPN reported that there was momentum for a framework that would allow harmless and spontaneous celebrations. It would continue, though, to ban what it considers to be excessive, prolonged or vulgar demonstrations. There is the expectation that some guidelines would be adopted during the annual owners’ meetings next week in Phoenix. So it makes sense that there would be a dos and don’ts video coming.
He can be characterized as out this week, Tomlin said. I don’t want to frame it any other way. It’s simply too early to tell. We’ll see what the future of it holds at the top of next week.
Here are other injuries we’re monitoring on Tuesday:
1. New England Patriots running back Rex Burkhead sprained his knee on Sunday, Rapoport reported per a source. However, Rapoport notes that the Patriots are optimistic Burkhead will be available for the postseason.
2. The Denver Broncos are placing outside linebacker Shane Ray on injured reserve. Ray, who played with a cast this season, had wrist surgery last Friday to remove screws that were inserted after injuring his wrist back in training camp.