Much is up in the air about the coming NFL season, and that now includes the venerable onside kick.

League owners will vote later this month on a big rule change related to the kick that could result in more dramatic comeback attempts.

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Instead of an onside kick, teams could instead opt to try to convert a 4th-and-15 from their own 25-yard line, reports ProFootballTalk.

If they succeed, they keep the ball. If they fail, the other team takes over at the spot of the dead ball. Teams would be allowed to choose the play twice during a game, and the regular onside kick would remain an option.

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