After the confusion about last Sunday’s opening coin toss in Dallas, the issue is now expected to be a point of discussion with the NFL’s competition committee this offseason, league sources told ESPN.
In the game against the Rams, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott initially was not heard saying that Dallas wanted to defer the opening kick to the second half.
The NFL could consider simplifying the rules for what players have to say during the coin toss for the 2020 season, according to sources.
The discussion is expected to center around whether there is a way to simplify the language regarding the opening coin toss.
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