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It's our responsibility to strengthen the sport.
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Key takeaways from the 2020 Collective Bargaining Agreement
Ensuring that players conduct themselves in a way that honors the sport and respects the game.
Knees Bent. Pads Down. Head Up and Out.
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See the NFL personnel at every game, what they do and you can identify them.
In the NFL, balancing technology with tradition.
How television has changed the game.
Upon further review…
It takes hundreds of computers and five NFL executives to create the NFL’s 256-game masterpiece.
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Supporting the next generation of players and fans.
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Introducing the next wave of NFL superstars.
Strengthening the NFL brotherhood.
“One thing hasn’t changed: the pressure. It will always be there.”
The latest information from the NFL's officiating center.
Officiating an NFL game takes years of training and experience.
The NFL Video Rulebook explains NFL rules with video examples.
Explore the official rules of the game.
The NFL's procedures for breaking ties for postseason playoffs.
The NFL's familiar hand signals help fans better understand the game.
A quick reference guide to the NFL rulebook.
Sharpen your NFL football knowledge with this glossary of the game's fundamental terms.
See where the players line up in pro football's most common offensive and defensive formations.
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Get a snapshot of the current NFL game stats, updated weekly during the regular season.
The NFL announced that the Arizona Cardinals at Philadelphia Eagles Week 15 matchup on Sunday, December 20 will be moved to NBC’s Sunday Night Football.
Additionally, the Cincinnati Bengals at San Francisco 49ers game will move to a 4:25 PM ET start on CBS and the Buffalo Bills at Washington Redskins contest will remain at 1:00 PM ET, but will move from CBS to FOX.
The NFL uses “flexible scheduling” on Sundays in Weeks 11-17 to ensure viewers see quality matchups in all NFL Sunday time slots and gives teams a chance to play their way into a primetime or national late-afternoon time slot on CBS or FOX.
For each flexible scheduling week with the exception of Week 17, the NFL announces the start times of games on Sundays no later than 12 days prior to that weekend. To ensure a Sunday night game and doubleheader games with playoff implications in Week 17, flexible scheduling decisions for that Sunday can be made on only six days’ notice.
Learn more about flexible scheduling and the NFL’s scheduling process.