NFL's competition committee considers changing OT rules
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Buffalo Bills are lobbying the NFL's competition committee to change the overtime rules for playoff games. And one of their former players is willing to help.
Bills general manager Brandon Beane says there are multiple proposals being discussed at this week's meetings and believes some changes could be coming though he declined to offer specifics.
Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich, the former Bills quarterback, also believes it's time for a change. But no decision is expected to be made at this week's annual scouting combine in Indianapolis.