The NFL announced that it would be taking over officiating duties in the 2016 regular season, replacing the officiating in the NFL Network.
That will mean a lot of change for the league.
The league will be run by a new ownership group and it will be overseen by a committee of officials.
It will also be run through the process of making changes to its rulebook, but it will still be run under the supervision of the NFLPA.
The NFL is also expected to change its rules, like the way they reward players for taking hits and the way the rulebook changes.
All of that will happen in the offseason.
The rulebook will be released this week, which is when the NFL and the NFL Players Association will start the process to decide how the league will officiate in the playoffs.
That means the NFL will likely start a rule-making process in April or May.
The first rule of the new rulebook is that the league’s head of officiating, Mark Coyle, will be replaced by a person with more NFL experience.
The next rule of this rulebook states that the head of officials will be a retired head coach.
This is the first time the league has changed the rules of officiated games since the 2011 regular season.