Below are the items under consideration by the owners at their 2019 Spring Meeting in Key Biscayne, Fla.
- Modify overtime to use the opening coin toss to determine overtime options, ensure possession by both teams, and eliminate in preseason — TABLED to next year, after being tabled from March
- Via Resolution G-4: allow Competition Committee to revise the pass-interference reviewable rules under certain stipulations — APPROVED
- Ban the use during training camp of the Oklahoma drill, The Bull in the Ring/King of the Circle drill, and Half Line/3 Spot/Pods drill — APPROVED
Event host city awards
The NFL Draft host is determined by bids. In 2018 the cities that bid were Denver, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Nashville, and Cleveland/Canton. From those bids, Nashville was awarded the 2019 Draft, and Las Vegas has the 2020 Draft. Indianapolis is in the middle of a 5-year deal for the Scouting Combine through 2020.
- Award the 2021 NFL Draft — AWARDED TO CLEVELAND
- Award the 2022 NFL Draft – NO VOTE
- Award the 2023 NFL Draft — AWARDED TO KANSAS CITY
- Award the 2021 Scouting Combine — AWARDED TO INDIANAPOLIS
- Subject to series of annual options in the future
- Move some morning and afternoon drills to air live in primetime for 3 nights starting in 2020.
- Lift the rule that requires singleheader Sundays for Fox and CBS when a team plays at home (3 games for all markets on all Sundays) — APPROVED for one year only
- Move the Sunday Divisional Playoff games to 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Eastern — APPROVED
- Reduce the number of commercial breaks in the Super Bowl from 5 per quarter to 4 – APPROVED