NFL Owners Decide Not To Vote On Extending New Overtime Rules To Regular Season

Over the past few weeks the consensus around the NFL community is that the owners would conduct a vote regarding the extension of the new postseason overtime rules -- as voted on by the owners in March -- to the regular season.

On Monday NFL.com reported that there wasn't enough interest from the owners in changing the rule to even warrant a vote.

As it turns out, the report was correct and owners did NOT vote on the issue.

However, two league officials have said the issue will likely be brought up again after the season.

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