NFL Looking Into New Free-Agency Rules

The NFL is constructing a set of free-agency rules that would differ from the rules of 2010, according to Daniel Kaplan of the SportsBusiness Journal.

According to Kaplan, the league has formed a group to establish a new set of rules that would give the NFL options in deciding how to run the league when the lockout is lifted.

Kaplan tweeted that the new set of rules would be “very different” and “might not alter onfield game.” Many had believed the NFL would resort to last year’s free-agency rules if a new labor agreement was not reached before the lockout was lifted.

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