Ravens Reportedly Withdraw Proposal to Change NFL Replay Review System

May 19, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A source confirmed with ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert on Thursday that the Baltimore Ravens withdrew their proposal to "overhaul the NFL's replay review system."  
The Ravens proposed large changes to the system back in March, per Seifert, which the league had been reviewing for almost two months. 
Baltimore proposed that "most plays"—such as face-masking penalties—would be reviewable, "with the exception of obvious judgment calls such as pass interference or holding."
Here's a look at Baltimore's proposed replay system for non-reviewable plays, courtesy of Seifert: 
1. Offensive or Defensive Holding 2. Offensive or Defensive Pass Interference 3. Illegal Contact 4. Illegal Use of Hands 5. Whether a forward passer has been forcibly contacted 6. Whether a defenseless receiver has been forcibly contacted 7. Whether a kicker has been forcibly contacted 8. Unsportsmanlike conduct Coaches would've had expanded opportunities to c...

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