PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Things couldn't be more positive as the NFL concluded its annual meetings Wednesday.
Owners passed 100 percent of the recommendations from the report of the league's Competition Committee. That's a first. The NFL may be united in revenue sharing and competitive parity, but it's never had a meeting in which every on-the-field proposal was passed.
"One of the main reasons for that is the survey we take from teams after the season," Texans general manager Charley ...
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