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NFL expected to approve shorter overtime and another change to injured reserve

NFL owners will gather next week for a brief series of meetings, and at least two new rules changes are expected to be approved. Via Judy Battista of NFL.com, owners will vote on a motion that had previously been tabled to shorten overtime periods from the current 15 minutes to 10 minutes. The reason for the shorter OT proposal is unclear, but it is expected to receive the three-quarters approval vote needed.
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