NFL competition committee
The National Football League Competition Committee was created in 1968 following the announcement of the AFL-NFL merger. It replaced the NFL Rules Committee, which was formed in 1932 when the NFL adopted its own rulebook. Prior to 1932 the NFL used the college rulebook.
- Rich McKay (chairman) – president, Atlanta Falcons
- John Mara – owner, New York Giants
- Stephen Jones – owner, Dallas Cowboys
- Mark Murphy – president, Green Bay Packers
- Ozzie Newsome – general manager, Baltimore Ravens
- Mike Tomlin – head coach, Pittsburgh Steelers
- John Elway – general manager, Denver Broncos
- Sean Payton – head coach, New Orleans Saints
- "The NFL Competition Committee". NFL.com. Retrieved 7 December 2017.
- NFL Football Operations: The NFL Competition Committee
- Saints' Sean Payton named to NFL's competition committee
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