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NFL owners voted to table the Chiefs’ overtime proposal Jordan Lucas Jersey , Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports. It allows more time for study and discussion before the May meetings. The Chiefs proposed that both teams possess the ball at least once in overtime. It came after New England scored a touchdown on the first drive of overtime in the AFC Championship Game, keeping Patrick Mahomes on the sideline and sending the Patriots to the Super Bowl.“The fact that it’s being talked about I think is good Laurent Duvernay-Tardif Jersey ,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Tuesday morning at the annual coaches’ breakfast at the onwers “We’re not the only ones that are in that mix [of wanting a change to overtime].“. . .We’ll just see how it all works. I’ve always kind of had this feeling about it, even before our game. This isn’t he first time this has been brought up. It’s been brought up a few times here.”The Chiefs also want overtime eliminated for the preseason and for the overtime coin toss eliminated in lieu of the team winning the pregame coin toss getting the option to kick Terrance Smith Jersey , receive or select which goal to defend in overtime. OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — The Latest on developments in the domestic abuse incident involving Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (all times local):3:40 Cefending their decision to give pass rusher Frank Clark a $105.5 million Khalen Saunders Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys , five-year contract despite a history of domestic violence in the wake of a criminal investigation of wide receiver Tyreek Hill for his role in an alleged child abuse case.Clark was acquired in a trade with Seattle this week, then given the largest contract in franchise history. But he arrives with off-the-field baggage from his time at Michigan Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys 2019 , where Clark was kicked off the team his final season because of his case.Chiefs general manager Brett Veach acknowledged “when a player of this magnitude comes in with a contract like this, he has a responsibility.” Veach also insisted that Clark has done enough work in the Seattle community to show he has put his past behind him.