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Murphy confident Lambeau Leap never will be banned

7:12 PM, Mar. 26, 2014
Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver (80) celebrates his 35-yard touchdown reception with a Lambeau Leap in the fourth quarter during a Jan. 1, 2012 game against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field.
Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver (80) celebrates his 35-yard touchdown reception with a Lambeau Leap in the fourth quarter during a Jan. 1, 2012 game against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field.
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The NFL made only minor rules adjustments this week at the annual owners meeting that concluded Wednesday, but more changes could be coming in the future.

Owners voted to extend the goalpost uprights by 5 feet to make it easier for officials to rule on field goals. A proposal for a 15-foot extension was rejected due to cost and engineering reasons, according to Packers President Mark Murphy, a member of the NFL competition committee.

Murphy said a 5-foot sleeve will be put over existing uprights and will be relatively inexpensive. ...

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